Broken drain cover, non existent pavement!!!!
Reported via mobile in the Pavement cleaning category anonymously at 10:52, Sunday 11 February 2024
Sent to Peterborough City Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 5560735.
The condition of the pavement beside A1North between Wansford and Thornhaugh, south of the layby, has deteriorated beyond being useable. The tarmac is non existence and it's now a muddy, slippery mess that is virtually impassable.
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Posted by Peterborough City Council at 10:52, Sunday 11 February 2024
Survey has been scheduled
State changed to: In progress
Posted by Peterborough City Council at 13:59, Monday 12 February 2024
This road is under the responsibility of National Highways, however waste management such as litter picking sits with the local authority. This type of works requires traffic management and is subject to road space authorisation and approval from National Highways, which often stipulates for night working only. Consequently, these works require advance planning and due to their nature can be financially restrictive to resource. We are currently in the process of developing the next work programme for these areas and we will feed this report into the decision-making process in terms of the priority given to the works that we anticipate undertaking.
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Posted by Peterborough City Council at 14:32, Tuesday 13 February 2024
Aragon Direct Services have updated this report to No Further Action, this may be that the items/issue is on Private land.
Unfortunately, Aragon Direct Services do not remove any waste/litter/broken glass/dead animal or Graffiti from Private Land this includes Graffiti on bush shelters.
For Graffiti on Bus Shelters, please use the Fix My Street App and select Bus Stop to report any damage or graffiti on Bus Shelters. This will go directly to the buses team for their attention to clear/remove.
Your report will be investigated further by the customer services team, and you will be provided with an update directly for the reason as to why this report was put in a “No Further Action” state.
In some cases, reports may have to be logged with the council's environmental enforcement team for further investigation.
State changed to: No further action
Posted by Peterborough City Council at 14:33, Tuesday 13 February 2024
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location.