Confusion about latest eyesore teaches the council a lesson on communication
Residents of Hesleyside Drive are relieved that work has finally been done to tackle the flooding risk at the bottom of King George V Field. But local people have told Tay that they have been kept in the dark by the council over why the ‘flood prevention ponds’ are so deep and whether the work is actually finished.
There has been no communication from the council about the purpose of the scheme, and no input from residents about the final project.
Why couldn’t a wetland habitat be provided to help nature here?
Will more trees be planted to improve the look of the scheme?
With strong winds bringing the temporary fencing down, how will the council keep children and animals safe?
Tay will, as usual, be seeking answers. Watch this space.