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Pavement Cycling

Started by Ian Cook in Community Issues. Last reply by Janice Merritt on Friday. 2 Replies

Smart Meters

Started by Bryan Alderson B.E.M. in Community Issues. Last reply by Ed Blackadder on Wednesday. 8 Replies

Proposed 20 mph Borough-Wide Speed Limit

Started by Ed Blackadder in Community Issues. Last reply by Janice Merritt on Wednesday. 30 Replies

Looking ahead

Started by Matt D in About HPN. Last reply by Matt D Sep 9. 2 Replies

no buses Station Road

Started by Janice Merritt in Community Issues. Last reply by Janice Merritt Aug 31. 15 Replies

Cameras

Started by Janice Merritt in Community Issues. Last reply by jen Aug 22. 7 Replies

Sorting Office

Started by Janice Merritt in Community Issues Aug 19. 0 Replies

Latest Activity

Janice Merritt replied to Ian Cook's discussion Pavement Cycling
"Someone came at me outside The Worlds End very fast, when I pointed out it was illegal I got abuse.  Pavements are for pedestrians not cyclists"
Friday
Ed Blackadder posted a discussion

Excercising of Dogs in Hampton Green Children's Play Area

21.50 this evening (11/09/2019), I spotted a young woman exercising her dog in the childrens play area on Hampton Green.When I challenged her, she claimed it wasn't a problem as she picked up after her dog and there was an issue with it being harrased by another dog.I pointed out that even though she picked up, there was still a residue left, and her actions were not acceptable.I threatened to report her to the Police If I saw her again.If anyone sees her doing same, please have a go!See More
Wednesday
Ed Blackadder replied to Ian Cook's discussion Pavement Cycling
"Certain areas, around Kingston for example have a lot of mixed cyclist/pedestrian areas. I suspect this has led to cyclists to regard any pavement as a cycling area. There are certainly many cyclists who cycle on the pavement regardless. As much as…"
Wednesday
Ed Blackadder replied to Bryan Alderson B.E.M.'s discussion Smart Meters
""Insufficient boosters" sounds like a load of rubbish. Each meter records usage and sends the reading, normally every half an hour via the cellphone network to a data collection hub. I certainly won't have a smart (electricity) meter…"
Wednesday
Janice Merritt replied to Ed Blackadder's discussion Proposed 20 mph Borough-Wide Speed Limit
"A308 isn't suppose to be 20 mph, it wasn't enforced the last time, the council apparently 'listened' to people objections and then said the A308 up to HC and along to Kingston Bridge would remain as their original speed limits.…"
Wednesday
Janice Merritt replied to Bryan Alderson B.E.M.'s discussion Smart Meters
"Well I have SMET2 and as yet not connected to E-on"
Wednesday
colin pearce replied to Ed Blackadder's discussion Proposed 20 mph Borough-Wide Speed Limit
"Having noticed all the little signs with white plastic covering on them sprouting up all over Hampton, by squinting your eyes you can just read the number 20 behind them, so even though the public voted to keep the speed limit at 30mph the council…"
Wednesday
Janice Merritt replied to Bryan Alderson B.E.M.'s discussion Smart Meters
"Well at least I have the serial number, got the man that came to check the leak to give it to me ha ha"
Tuesday

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