Local MP Christopher Pincher has this week called for action to fill potholes, fix pavements and ensure dropped kerbstones in Amington after visiting residents in Hopley's Farm. The feedback came from one of Mr Pincher's regular "street surgeries" in the area.
The number of potholes and uneven road-surfacing were raised as concerns along Wesley Way whilst double parking at the shops on St Mary's Way, blocking driveways, was also a complaint.
Mr Pincher said:
"Despite the cold a number of people raised some very local issues, especially local roads. I will contact both Staffordshire County Council and Tamworth Borough Council to see what action can be taken on behalf of residents".
"Street surgeries are a really good way to meet people where they live and pick up the local issues that bother them. So I enjoy doing them – except when it rains of course!"
Another concern raised was the cleanliness of the park at the top of Rosemary Road near St Mary's Way which Mr Pincher undertook to raise with councillors.
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