A GROTTY spot in a tucked away corner of Uxbridge is to be cleared up at long last.
Yorkshire homebuilder Persimmon Homes built the Hanbury Park development in a piece of land between Honeycroft Hill and Hillingdon Sports and Leisure Complex.
An access road that runs alongside the Uxbridge Lido part of the complex was left in a mess, with leftover builders’ materials and a shipping container spoiling the view from the grassy sunbathing areas around the lido.
Now, following a call from the Gazette, York-based Persimmon has pledged to do a bit of a spring clean.
Bill Cairns, construction director at Persimmon Homes Thames Valley, said: “The road is not a public access road and is currently locked at both ends.
“We have some outstanding works to the pocket park area within our development, which we are about to recommence.
“Some materials have needed to be stored adjacent to this area and we understand that this may look untidy from the lido side of the fence.
“Therefore we have instructed our contractor to relocate these materials to a more suitable location until the works have been concluded.”
Mr Cairns said the work would be done by Friday, July 19.