Mayfield Road already too congested
MY family are in complete agreement with the comments made by Mrs Sylvia Dixon about too many houses proposed for Mayfield Road (Letters, October 8). I don t think that there are many people living in this area who have not written to the various councils
MY family are in complete agreement with the comments made by Mrs Sylvia Dixon about too many houses proposed for Mayfield Road (Letters, October 8).
I don't think that there are many people living in this area who have not written to the various councils, listing the many reasons why this small triangle of land should never under any circumstance be used for building.
Mayfield Road is a complete nightmare with the traffic it already has to cope with.
This will get worse, and the danger, too, to the children using the two schools housed in Mayfield Road, and the difficulties for the old people living in the senior citizens' bungalows in the road are too frightening to contemplate.
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I have never before seen a road that has reached saturation point but Mayfield Road certainly has.
For all our sakes stop this development before some terrible accident happens.
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- 2 Royal Oak in Hail Weston named as the best pub in Cambridgeshire
- 3 Road closure in Huntingdon over weekend of July 31
- 4 Equipment worth £6,000 stolen from farm during overnight break-in
- 5 Huntingdon man found with stash of drugs and cash is jailed
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- 7 Paedophile caught by cops after preying on 'teenage girls' online
- 8 'Father' found guilty of murdering his teenage daughter
- 9 St Ives woman who sold ecstasy to school children avoids jail
- 10 Brampton's 'fantastic' village fete welcomes 4,000 revellers
I stand in my living room (my bungalow is on the junction of Desborough Road and Mayfield Road) and watch the near misses that occur every single day. Please believe me, I do not exaggerate.