Information for Bradway and S17
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"Work which was to be done under the “zonal” works is complete, but obviously there will be future programmes to return and resurface any road or pavement which requires a treatment and which wasn’t done as part of the core investment period. We will also continue to inspect roads and pavements across the area and any actionable defects will be treated accordingly.
Everard Avenue received both traditional and micro surfacing treatments, and there were some sections which didn’t receive any treatment as they we not at intervention level at the time of the works. Again, should these require a treatment in the future they will be added to future programmes when required.
It is the case that newly laid footways do have a smoother finish than the old worn footways. Prior to resurfacing by Streets Ahead, the surfaces of many footways had deteriorated. Although a rough surface can sometimes be advantageous during periods of snow and ice, we have to maintain footways in order to ensure that, at any point in the year, they do not provide a trip hazard and they are compliant with national standards. The surfaces we apply are standard materials which are used extensively across the country.
If you can give us some locations of concern with ponding, we will be happy to do some wet weather inspections. If you have any photos then that would be helpful but we will still inspect anyway.
Twentywell Lane will be programmed in to be re-surfaced this year. At this time we don’t have a date for the work but will write to all affected and update BAG when a date is available.
Over the next two to three months we will be concentrating on maintenance work for roads and pavements and will resume full resurfacing in the spring when we’ve finalised the latest phase of the overall programme."
Health and Well being Profile
This profile gives a snapshot overview of key Health and Well Being indicators in Bradway, with comparisons to the city of Sheffield – 2012 data. You can follow links to compare with other neighbourhoods and see how well Bradway rates against other areas. Details for Dore & Totley Ward are available here for 2013. Sadly, budget cuts have prevented production of more up to date statistics since 2013.