#95 hedgerley lane to lakes lane
Reported in the Blocked drain category anonymously at 15:40, Sun 6 October 2019
Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later
Local drains aren't draining, water from Hedgerley Lane and Lakes Lane are accumulating at the road junction and it's not draining away. Has been reported numerous times and it remains an issue - impassable by pedestrians. Assume drains need to be unblocked again, however they appear to be unable to cope with any significant rain fall.
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Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 15:47, Sun 6 October 2019
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Transport for Buckinghamshire
State changed to: Action scheduled
Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 13:09, Mon 7 October 2019
9/10 Junction is flooded again, impassable to pedestrians
Posted anonymously at 17:08, Wed 9 October 2019
18/10 Road flooded again following overnight rain, impassable to pedestrians
Posted anonymously at 11:52, Fri 18 October 2019
2/11 road flooded again overnight and this morning, impassable to pedestrians
Posted anonymously at 11:56, Sat 2 November 2019
7/11 Road flooded again after overnight rain, road impassable to pedestrians
Posted anonymously at 13:31, Thu 7 November 2019
10-11/11 Road has been flooded for 2 days and is not draining away - again, impassable to pedestrians
Posted anonymously at 17:33, Mon 11 November 2019
14/11 Road flooded again after overnight rain, impassable to pedestrians, now over a month since this was reported
Posted anonymously at 09:22, Thu 14 November 2019
23/11 Following light rain yesterday, the water built up again and the rain today has caused further flooding of the road making it impassable to pedestrians yet again. The status says actions scheduled but there has been no action taken in over a month - when will this be resolved or how do I need to escalate this issue?
Posted anonymously at 19:29, Sat 23 November 2019
26/11 Street has been flooded all week even with little rain, called council for an update, unable to provide any schedule of work, problem reference is 40112921
Posted anonymously at 13:22, Tue 26 November 2019
26/11 Flooding isn't draining away, even with little / no rain. It now appears that the sewage manhole cover in the middle of the road outside #95 Hedgerley lane is flooding further sewage into the street - there is now a sewage smell in the area. This has been reported to Thames Water however their resolution may be dependent on resolving the original issue with the blocked drains.
Posted anonymously at 14:18, Tue 26 November 2019
27/11 Thames Water have unblocked sewer and pumped out sewage from overflowing man hole cover however following overnight rain, the road is again flooded as drains / gulleys blocked and unable to cope
Posted anonymously at 10:51, Wed 27 November 2019
28/11 Road still under water, Affinity Water unable to access water meter to take reading today
Posted anonymously at 13:24, Thu 28 November 2019
4/12 Drains have been cleared and to date, no flooding (note that there hasn't been any signicant rain in this period). However, the road is covered in mud and leaves and this needs to be cleaned before any further rain as this will be washed into the drains causing further blockages.
Posted anonymously at 17:51, Wed 4 December 2019
6/12 Following overnight rain, the road is flooded again.
Posted anonymously at 09:14, Fri 6 December 2019
10/12 Following light rain today, road is again flooded
Posted anonymously at 20:43, Tue 10 December 2019
12/12 Road flooded again today, impassable to pedestrians
Posted anonymously at 13:29, Thu 12 December 2019
15/12 Flood water has not drained away, road has been flooded for 4 days
Posted anonymously at 17:54, Sun 15 December 2019
17/12 Road has now been flooded for 6 days
Posted anonymously at 13:31, Tue 17 December 2019
19/12 Road remains flooded (8 days)
Posted anonymously at 11:31, Thu 19 December 2019
24/12 Road is still under water (13 days) and is not draining away. Even with no rain, the water is pouring out of the drain by the water hydrant outside number 79 Hedgerley Lane and this is flowing down the lane to the junction with Lake Lane. This has now been an issue for 2 months - could someone update me with proposed actions and schedule to resolve this issue?
Posted anonymously at 12:24, Tue 24 December 2019
9/1 Road junction flooded again following rain
Posted anonymously at 22:51, Thursday 9 January 2020
14/1 Road is flooded again. Status has been changed to "in progress" but not been notified of any schedule or proposed actions, not seeing any work being undertaken, can someone provide an update?
Posted anonymously at 10:20, Tuesday 14 January 2020
20/1 Road flooded again over the weekend, the water still hasn't drained away. Water is still pouring from the hydrant / drain outside #79 and flowing down Hedgerley Lane. The local drains are still blocked. Is the any update please? Not had any feedback since the issue was raised.
Posted anonymously at 12:27, Monday 20 January 2020
7/2 The four drains outside of No. 97 & No. 95 have been cleared today but the 5 drains from No. 79 to No. 93 Hedgerley Lane are still blocked - future rain will still flow down Hedgerley Lane to the junction of Lakes Lane and overwhelm the cleared drains.
Posted anonymously at 11:35, Friday 7 February 2020
29/2 Road flooded again after overnight rain - impassable for pedestrians
Posted anonymously at 10:24, Saturday 29 February 2020
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