Southminster residents remain unhappy with lorry traffic

Maldon and Burnham Standard: Queen Street resident Derek King is among villagers unhappy with the number of lorries Queen Street resident Derek King is among villagers unhappy with the number of lorries

Lorries are still giving residents an unwanted early morning wake-up call, it is claimed.

The trucks drive to and from the windfarm site at Middlewick Farm, in Marsh Road, Southminster.

However, residents say they are unhappy with vehicles going through the village from about 6am onwards, which lorries are not prevented from doing as long as they do not deliver to the site before 8am.

They also said the work was supposed to be finished last month.

Blue Energy had not respond to requests for a comment by the time of going to press.

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10:38am Wed 22 Jan 14

Jack222 says...

Stop whinging, it will be over soon...
Stop whinging, it will be over soon... Jack222

12:06pm Wed 22 Jan 14

Grumpy36 says...

The first lorry I see is normally abou t 05:45.

I dont have a problem with them going through that early, as I do believe the sooner they get it done, the sooner they will leave.

However I do think they should obey whatever rules have been set (which they don't appear to be doing)
The first lorry I see is normally abou t 05:45. I dont have a problem with them going through that early, as I do believe the sooner they get it done, the sooner they will leave. However I do think they should obey whatever rules have been set (which they don't appear to be doing) Grumpy36

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