Parking improvement on Sandridge Road Wastes

The Sandridge Road Wastes are the grassed areas on both sides of this road designated as Common Land.  Parking is a major problem on the road, especially between Boundary Road and Bernards Heath Primary School, the area marked in blue in the map below.


The blue area tends to be an unsightly muddy mess in the winter because of parked cars and is not much better in the summer.  A honeycomb type of plastic matting (photo below) has recently been installed in this area to improve the surface.  It contains soil and has been surface seeded with grass – whether this stands much chance of growing remains to be seen.


Freshly installed matting on the area described above



Close-up of the honeycomb type structure to secure the surface. Grass seeds can be seen on the very dry surface.



Parking on the area which looks secure – so far.

Photos: DP



Posted in Maintenance, Wastes

News and Links

fobh_logo_button    facebook_logo    twitter_logo
Recent Updates
Newsletter Spring 2017

A Guide to Beech Bottom Dyke
by Peter Burley
Missing display board
June 2017
Missing board - Townsend drive
If you missed this interpretation board recently, the legs rotted and it is in for repair

Poppies June 2017
Now appearing on the Heath
Poppies, perhaps brought in with the soil used on the Lower Field after the sinkhole event.
Photo: PB

Ariston link
join_us 2017 subscriptions now due

FoBH MugsMugs available from the Heath Bakery (Londis) at £5 each

newsletter_sample More Links