As the first snow flakes fall on Dettingen Park residents are reminded to only use grit for the communal pathways and roads. It should not be used for residents own drive/pathways.
All residents have been written too with the combination codes for the Grit Bins. However if you can not locate your code please email itsyourplace who will be happy to supply you with your code.
You can email itsyourplace at firstname.lastname@example.org
Residents might remember my video blog with Anita Blackie from Accent Peerless a few weeks ago where she announced a series of road shows and community clean up days at some of their many locations across the borough.
Friday (27th Jan 2012) was the final event which was held at Suffolk Court at Dettingen Park in Deepcut.
Prior to the event I emailed local residents via the community email distribution lists to inform them of the event but also if anyone was unable to attend to let me have their questions/suggestions which I would pass on to the Accent Peerless team on site. Quite a few suggestions came through which the team were very quick to react too.
While I was at the event the Accent Peerless team and their small army of contractors were busy across Suffolk Court cleaning/tidying communal areas and helping residents clear away any bulky items.
The Deepcut PCSO Lisa Ford & Kate Houghton from itsyourplace were also at the event and on hand to speak to residents.
Accent Peerless were also keen to engage the rest of the community of Dettingen Park so they went armed with black sacks and litter pickers over to the Dettingen Park Store, the Dettingen children’s play area & Deepcut Village Centre and filled several sacks. They did not have to do that but in my mind that demonstrates a willingness to play their part in the wider community. Nice touch.
From my discussions with the Accent Peerless team today I got the impression they are keen to work hard to improve the areas under their control for the benefit of their residents and the wider community. They also accept they can always do better but I think this is a really great start.
Users of the site have commented on how useful the live feeds are on the site. So far they have been used by our Grounds maintenance teams from Oasis to give live updates of their activities when they are on site at Dettingen Park.
itsyourplace have now created a live feed and so will be able to update residents of all issues that have been reported and when issues have been resolved.
There are several ways residents can view the feeds as follows:
You can also use the above methods to follow the Dettingen Park & Oasis Gardens feeds.
Kate Houghton, Director of itsyourplace will be updating the feed regularly so keep an eye on the latest news at Dettingen Park.