Local residents were delighted to see that Havering Council has resurfaced part of the Camborne Avenue pavement after local Harold Wood councillors Darren Wise and colleagues councillor Brian Eagling and councillor Martin Goode intervened. The three councillors campaigned over the issue of hazardous pavements that was impacting the safety of one of their local residents Angela who is partially sighted. Angela was absolutely delighted at the improvement and was grateful to the Council and the Harold Wood councillors with their intervention in this matter as the previous surface was proving tricky and quite dangerous for her to navigate. Local resident Marichel Salcedo was also delighted that the pavements outside her property were resurfaced and told the Havering Daily : “We are so lucky to have Councillors that care about our community”.
Councillor Darren Wise said “We were so pleased that we could help this resident as we know and understand the challenges she faced and are glad that the Council took on board our representations to get this resurfaced, so thank you Havering Council.”
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