I'm not sure why they would be marooned as it says they would just go into laurencekirk via A90 plenty others do this ! X
Council trying to back out?No wonder they wouldn't share who objected no one except them absolute disgrace
I may be thick but what has the bridge got to do with the flyover !!!
the bridge closure means that the houses and farms at oatyhill need to use the oatyhill junction on the a90. This very junction is to be closed when the flyover is built. This leaves those houses and farms without any access whatsoever
So....they refuse to fix the bridge then object to the flyover because they haven't fixed the bridge...is that about the size of it...
Why are they not fixing the bridge? I don’t understand it? Who is responsible for the bridge maintenance? Is it the council or network rail? I would have thought repairs would be a priority seeing it’s over the east coast railway. Mind you, they tore the bridge at Castleton down and haven’t replaced it. So, the council object to the plans for the flyover and residents continue to take their lives in their hands every day crossing the A90 and they won’t repair a bridge 🙄.
What a scam! Cant fix the bridge as its to expensive to do so. Bridge probably going to be demolished and flyover will never be built 😞 They will always find a reason ...
What is it and bridges on this stretch of rail
Gross mismanagement from the Council, its pathetic. We've shown recently that an entire hospital can be built in a week, surely a bridge can be strengthened in that time.
Bridges over a railway belong to the council.
Bridges over a road belong to the railway “END OF” 🤬🤬
Well now is the time to get it fixed as sadly due the crash that line will be out of action for a while!
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I'm not sure about their system but I know the charity shop in Edzell cant accept donations because they all need to be stored for 2 weeks before going on to the shop floor and they simply don't have room to do this. Maybe the same with Lkirk?
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