Two very large potholes on the road from Denham Lane to Chalfont St Peter side just before you reach Upway on LHS.
Reported in the Pothole category anonymously at 15:19, Sat 26 January 2019
Sent to Buckinghamshire Council 1 minute later
On road downhill towards Chalfont St Peter. 2 x potholes 1 ft x 2ft.
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Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 15:20, Sat 26 January 2019
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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State changed to: Closed
Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 13:51, Tue 5 February 2019
The size of the potholes are larger than stated they are both 1 and a half meters long, 50cm wide and 5cm deep. and near the entrance to Joiners Close
State changed to: Open
Posted by Valerie Robbins at 15:25, Tue 5 February 2019
There are three massive holes on Joiners Lane between Ninnings Road and Joiners Way.
They are dangerous!
I can see they've been reported lots of times so why hasn't any action been taken?!
Posted anonymously at 01:05, Fri 8 February 2019
Getting very dangerous now
Posted anonymously at 13:20, Sun 10 February 2019
This series of potholes represents a serious obstacle. On the downhill lane of the road at one point there are two large adjacent potholes which almost fill the left hand lane. This is near the Upway junction, on a route used by lots of children to walk to their school bus, and on a stretch of the road where undulations of the carriageway limit forward visibility. The last thing you need here is cars going downhill veering into the oppposing lane to avoid striking these huge holes. By the way, they are huge, and they are deep. That's because they are *previous potholes that were temporarily filled* which have simply opened up again in the recent cold weather. TfB, please reconsider your disappointing and unjustified assessment of 5th February!!
Posted by George Eykyn at 11:54, Sun 17 February 2019
The potholes, which were inadequately fixed previously with a tarmac an a spade, are a danger on the downhill lane. Drivers are forced to weave around the road. This is only posible if there are no cyclsts or oncoming vehicles. This has become worse since the snow. I assume any vehicle damage caused will be recompensed by the council as this has been reported several times now and no action taken.
Posted anonymously at 06:55, Thu 21 February 2019
Could someone from TfB please respond to the new posts? Thank you,
Posted by George Eykyn at 21:49, Thu 21 February 2019
The potholes are causing you to cross the white line in order to avoid.
Posted by Vanessa at 16:46, Tue 26 February 2019
Use it most days and have to cross the white line in order to avoid, its a danger to all.
Posted by Lloyd Marsden at 13:56, Wed 27 February 2019
The size, location in the road and multiple nature of the potholes on the downhill side of Joiners lane opposite Joiners Close mean that cars, including mine, undertake a slalom type activity to avoid them. Given that you can’t pass by them by moving into the yellow demarcation to the left as that still doesn’t avoid them, the only choice is to effectively straddle both lanes over a 20 yard stretch or drive through them. This is dangerous for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians and is a hazard. The road isn’t that well lit at night so sometime soon a cyclist is going over their handlebars in the dark. This problem is getting worse and the can should not continue to be kicked down the road by BCC.
Posted anonymously at 14:47, Wed 27 February 2019
The 3 large potholes on Joiners Lane,near the entrance to Joiners Close are becoming dangerous. They are either going to cause some damage to people’s wheels /tyres or even worse, an accident. They can only be avoided by going partly on to the other side of the road. As a local person I can plan my route down Joiners Lane and wait til the cars coming up the hill have gone passed, before I negotiate the potholes. A person who isn’t aware they are there may suddenly swerve to avoid them and cause a nasty accident!
Posted anonymously at 08:04, Sat 2 March 2019
These potholes are extremely dangerous.It is not possible to avoid them without crossing to the other side of the road. It's like a slalom! This is a serious failure in the road surface.
What will it take before some action is taken? This is a shocking disrespect for public safety.
Posted anonymously at 12:51, Mon 18 March 2019
Still there. It's March 18th.
Posted anonymously at 09:06, Tue 19 March 2019
WHY ARE THESE POTHOLES BEING IGNORED?! Is this website just for show? Is anyone actually reading them apart from genuine members of the public concerned about road safety?! I reported these holes almost 3 months ago! If a cyclist came down this steep road at speed and hit these they would be seriously hurt or killed!!! This is a big news story just waiting to happen. Do something!
Posted anonymously at 23:22, Thu 21 March 2019
The road surface is getting worse and worse this is an emergency
Posted anonymously at 08:26, Sat 23 March 2019
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State changed to: Closed
Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 14:17, Fri 24 December 2021
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