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Opposite HS2 works entrance slightly towards Chalfont St Peter

Reported in the Kerb damage / issue category anonymously at 09:37, Wed 4 July 2018

Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later

A 6ft (approx) section of the verge opposite the site has been eroded to create a very deep rut on the side of the tarmac. (possibly made by long lorries turning out of the site when the ground was soft) With the number of large lorries passing this point, trying to keep a distance means it would be very easy to run into this rut and damage the car on the edge of the tarmac.

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  • Thank you for your report which is currently under review.
    We will investigate this and respond to you within 10 working days.
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    Transport for Buckinghamshire

    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 09:40, Wed 4 July 2018

  • Thank you for your report. We have now inspected the defect and no planned repair is necessary at this stage. Please be assured that we will continue to inspect in line with our Highway Safety Inspection Policy. Thank you for reporting this matter and this report is now closed.
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    Transport for Buckinghamshire

    State changed to: Closed

    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 14:49, Tue 31 July 2018

  • State changed to: Open

    Updated by Buckinghamshire Council at 12:26, Tue 15 January 2019

  • Thank you for your report.
    We have assessed your report and the repair of this defect has been added to our programme of works.
    We will continue to update you by email when your report reaches key stages.
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    Transport for Buckinghamshire

    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 11:47, Wed 6 February 2019

  • State changed to: Open

    Updated by Buckinghamshire Council at 16:17, Tue 5 March 2019

  • This is a serious issue which has still not been addressed. How long do you wait before repairing very serious holes in the road that can cause irreparable damage to vehicles and endanger lives on a 60mph road that is permanently covered in a layer of mud from the HS2 traffic? This needs urgent attention!

    Posted anonymously at 09:38, Thu 7 March 2019

  • Thank you for your report.
    We have inspected the defect in line with our Highway Safety Inspection Policy, and the defect does not currently meet the criteria for immediate intervention. This enquiry is now closed, but details of the defect will remain on our system and will continue to be inspected in line with our policy. Further updates will not be given on this enquiry.
    Regards
    Transport for Buckinghamshire

    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 09:02, Tue 12 March 2019

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