Chilbolton Avenue drop-off delayed until November at the earliest

Cllr Martin Tod has challenged Hampshire’s Conservative Council bosses about the delay to the new Chilbolton Avenue drop-off. But the Conservative Councillor responsible for the delay has refused to apologise.

The new drop-off was due at the beginning of term and designed to help offset the extra traffic due at Westgate – but the works now won’t be starting until October 27th and are estimated to take three weeks to complete.

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martin_at_council.jpgMartin Tod (right) commented: “Even though the Primary School wasn’t finished, the use of temporary classrooms means that the extra traffic is still happening. I’ve had no adequate explanation why this happened, no apology and no promise as to how they can avoid it happening again somewhere else.”

You can watch the video where Martin challenged the Conservatives at http://bit.ly/HCCWestgateQuestion