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wahiba
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27/04/2006 : 14:00:08      reply with quote


Does that mean I don't pay for parking my 4x4 on the pavement?

Yes. If it is a Pajero check the meaning of the word in Spanish though. Sums up people who park on pedestrian walkwayswink ;)
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alan
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27/04/2006 : 21:41:40      reply with quote


Sorry to dissappoint you "wahiba" don't do foreign cars.

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08/05/2006 : 16:50:56      reply with quote


What is an unadopted road? A report to Bradford's Overview and Scrutiny Committee for the Envionment defined it in a report in 2000. You can read the report here www.silsden.net/useful/docs/msoFB19.pdf
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DocWells
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31/05/2006 : 20:06:20      reply with quote


I have updated

www.thestreetsofsilsden.co.uk/

The 'spring' in Hillcrest Avenue is seriously undermining both the road and pavement opposite the Co-op and blocking the drains. Surely if parking is allowed on the road it should be on the undamaged side!!!

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Peter
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26/02/2010 : 19:53:23      reply with quote


Something has been happening.... but don't hold your breath
www.keighleynews.co.uk/news/5026367.print/
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27/02/2010 : 12:15:20      reply with quote


Lets hope so - but, and perhaps i'm being cynical, I guess the key phrase in the article is "prospective parliamentary candidate"...?
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08/06/2012 : 08:56:14      reply with quote


Spencer ave is now in a dreadful state with huge potholes.
the responsibility for it and all the other unadopted roads lies very clearly with the council , who gave planning permission for further development[ eg council estate west dene etc and hunters meadow using the unadopted roads as a public right of way.
If a road has been subject to open and unfettered use by the public for 20years - it is a public right of way. If the public can then use it without asking permission from the owners of the property on the road then the owners duty under the occupiers liability act NO LONGER APPLIES.So the house holders are not responsible for any injury to any one using the unadopted rights of way the council is.
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08/06/2012 : 10:47:30      reply with quote


I came across this FAQ which answers many questions about unadopted roads, what you can do and not do..........
www3.lancashire.gov.uk/corporate/atoz/a_to_z/service.asp?u_id=1065&tab=3&siteid=5409&pageid=29027&e=e
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08/06/2012 : 12:58:50      reply with quote



How do we go about getting the council to repaint the T Junction signs back on the road. They've worn off, and on a number of occasions I've seen delivery vans pulling out of Spencer Avenue without looking - probably because they're not from the area and don't realise that it's a junction. See the remains of the junction paint on Google streetview goo.gl/maps/I0CO.
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