go again. A road restricted for no advantage except that it provides work for
idle hands to do. Perhaps it will go the same way as the
Brampton Road width
restrictors and be removed in a few years time. Do we really need a ramp
warning before a ‘No entry’?
The road shown does nothing other than serve as a parking area for the shops by Belvedere
station plus a place for delivery vehicles to stop. It’s not used as a race
track, it’s far too narrow and congested for that. Nevertheless Bexley council
thinks it should spend some of your money on pointless restrictions. The
delivery lorries will quite likely go up on the pavement on their way out. It’s
another little problem for business but Bexley council won’t care about that.
A document issued by The Department of Transport a couple of days ago says
“We are freeing local authorities from central government control and letting
them determine their own solutions”. All government departments seem to be under
the impression that local authorities are competent and not vindictive
money-grabbers. There are some very interesting tables and graphs in that
document and I do hope the Notomob take note of the statistics when going about
their business of helping Bexley’s gestapo wagons.
Davis’s electrical shop. First established there as a bike
shop more than 100 years ago. It offers keen prices and exceptional service. All
my electrical appliances have come from there.