|Topic:||Re:Re:Hounslow Highways - Dolman Road works|
|Posted by:||Simon Pledger|
|Yes, you raise a valid point - I am probably mistaken in thinking that the money earner that is Dolman Rd had no bearing on the decision to do the works at night. I am sure that it would be impossible to divert the 272 and 440 1 street away onto Chiswick High Road, where there aren't any existing stops within 100 yards, and inconvenience the hundreds of people that use the stop on Dolman rd.|
The letter (supposedly a Resident Update) was sent on 2nd July - i guess that counts as notified in advance - no prior notification was sent in respect of these works and no consultation was sought - at least as far as I am aware and i also checked with other residents.
I am also unaware that one of the Environmental controls for excessive noise generated by construction works is for all residents to have their windows shut - maybe double glazed aswell. I shall make every effort to take the noise reading indoors but will wait until my child has gone back to sleep to ensure there are no influencing factors. I didn't understand that the obligation was on the noise polluter (sorry 'receiver') to record noise levels internal to the property.
I am particularly enjoying the groundbourne noise and vibration from the 10t roller trundling along outside my property at 12pm aswell.
Thanks for your suggestion to contact Hounslow Highways - I shall certainly consider it. But maybe we shouldn't expect the Council to follow the rules they apply to all other construction works!
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Hounslow Highways - Dolman Road works||06/07/15 22:21:00||Simon Pledger|
|Re:Hounslow Highways - Dolman Road works||06/07/15 23:20:00||Richard Jennings|
|Re:Re:Hounslow Highways - Dolman Road works||06/07/15 23:48:00||Simon Pledger|
|Re:Re:Re:Hounslow Highways - Dolman Road works||07/07/15 01:02:00||Richard Jennings|