Friday 16 August 2013 8.49am
Thanks for your reply and for the action you have taken on behalf of Dodson Street
residents so far. Just a quick update on the situation that I would be grateful if you could pass on to whoever is dealing with this matter ...
The water to our homes was eventually turned back on at around 6.30 - 7.00pm. At 7.30om a letter from T J Brown was put through our letter box advising us retrospectively about the disruption to our water services yesterday and the need for our supplies to be cut off again today. It would have been nice for residents/tenants to have been given warning of the disruption to our water supplies BEFORE the event and not after - can we therefore have an explanation of why this was not done?
This morning at 7.10am, the workmen from TJ Browns
' subcontractors S.E.L.Building Services Limited arrived back onsite and started extremely noisy works using pneumatic drills. Given that these works have been ongoing for the past two weeks or so, often with days when no contractors have been onsite at all, why did the contractors now feel it necessary to turn up on site at 7.00am and commence work at, what I consider, to be an extremely antisocial hour this morning? Are there any guidelines for contractors working on behalf of Southwark Council
in terms of working hours and also their behaviour whilst on site? If so, please can I be sent a copy? As stated previously, the 4 workmen currently onsite behaved in an extremely rude and disrespectful way towards my partner yesterday and I would like steps to be taken for tenants/residents to be given guidance/information on how such behaviours can be reported and addressed by Southwark Council
. I look forward to hearing from you.