Council should pay bill for flooded road
AGAIN Ruislip Manor has been flooded for the second time in two years, since Hillingdon Council altered the junction of Linden Avenue, Shenley Avenue and Victoria Road.
Hillingdon Council narrowed Linden Avenue and Shenley Avenue and raised the road level to the same height as the pavement making a higher level so when it rains heavily there is a large build of water under Ruislip Manor underground bridge and the drainage cannot cope with this amount of water and flooding happens to the surrounding area.
Since Hillingdon Council has caused this to happen will they be picking up the repair bill to any damaged to shops and business affected by the water damage. phasing out glyphosate entirely, with officers committing to undertake pilot schemes to trial alternative methods of weedkilling. The WHO’s announcement on glyphosate’s cancer-causing potential has sparked international concern. Denmark and Sweden have also banned or restricted its use.
I’m also concerned about the health of Hillingdon Council workers spraying it, as they wore no safety breathing masks!