Fed up of no action to clear foliage at building in Wisbech once leased by Cambs County Council

Cllr Paul Clapp next to the misplaced cover on the grass verge in Churchill Road, opposite Robert Ha

Cllr Paul Clapp next to the misplaced cover on the grass verge in Churchill Road, opposite Robert Hale estate agents. - Credit: Archant

I have had a lot of complaints from residents about the building in Churchill Road, Wisbech, that Cambridgeshire County Council used to lease.

Cllr Paul Clapp looks at some of the overgrown foliage and rubbish on the site of the building in Ch

Cllr Paul Clapp looks at some of the overgrown foliage and rubbish on the site of the building in Churchill Road once leased by Cambridgeshire County Council. - Credit: Archant

The building is a standalone building owned by the secretary of state for health. I have been in touch with them but as yet no reply or action.

I asked whether they could send out someone from one of their many departments to clear all the foliage that is getting persistently worse.

We are fed up with getting treated like second class citizens in the north of Cambridgeshire.

I have also had sight of a document that stated that investment in Wisbech has been below average for the last 25 years.

The building in Churchill Road once leased by Cambridgeshire County Council.

The building in Churchill Road once leased by Cambridgeshire County Council. - Credit: Archant


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Also, the first picture shows a cover on the grass verge opposite Robert Hale estate agents and as you can see this is not safe. I feel that it wont be long before someone falls and hurts themselves.

I am still trying to resolve the situation.

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CLLR PAUL CLAPP

County councillor, Wisbech North

Cllr Paul Clapp looks at some of the overgrown foliage on the site of the building in Churchill Road

Cllr Paul Clapp looks at some of the overgrown foliage on the site of the building in Churchill Road once leased by Cambridgeshire County Council. - Credit: Archant

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