THE GRITTING of main roads by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council has been taking place to offset the impacts of the current icy road conditions. In Hedon and Preston this…
ACCESS STREETS to Hedon Primary School (and Inmans School) do not seem to be gritted for winter according to comments passed on to the Hedon Blog.
EAST RIDING COUNCIL is holding a local event to ask for resident views on winter services. This will be especially relevant to those affected by the Big Freeze of 2010 when packed snow and ice cut off parts of Hedon from bus and other services. The workshop-style event will […]
THE GRITTING OF MAIN ROADS by East Riding Council in Hedon and Preston takes place in a pre-determined order of priority as shown on the map below. The red routes are the East Riding Council’s ‘defined network’ and in the first instance these are routinely treated in order […]
THE COUNCIL DEPOT at Magdalen Hill to the north east of Hedon is to be re-developed. The site is the base for council operations such as refuse collection, grounds maintenance, road gritting and snow clearing. Subject to planning permission, the existing buildings and storage facilities will be demolished […]
DURING THE CURRENT icy weather (the worst since the 1960s) the East Riding Council has implemented its winter maintenance plan with a programme of road salting. The attached map shows the roads in Hedon that are routinely treated (red) and those that are treat as a precaution (blue) […]