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Damage by road works and tarmac

Reported anonymously at 12:00, Sun 26 August 2018

Sent to Oxfordshire County Council and Vale of White Horse District Council less than a minute later

Following the overnight resurfacing of Denchworth Road on Thursday night (23rd) tarmac was dumped on the entrance to Belmont road and footpath . This has hardened and now caused vehicles to go over bumps. Plus where the workers parked their heavy vehicles they have caused serious damage to the entrance to Belmont road and footpath. This is dangerous for pedestrians as it is now a serious trip hazard. Beside all this it now looks a terrible mess.

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  • This area remains a dangerous hazard for footpath users especially young children, the elderly and the disabled/ infirm. It is a very busy area used by residents of Stockham and Denchworth road to get to town.

    Posted anonymously at 09:40, Mon 17 September 2018

  • This Road surface is dangerous for Wheelchair and Electric Scooter Riders and is also aTrip Hazard. I fear that someone will be injured unless this Road Surface is repaired. This is a very busy public thoroughfare and needs urgent attention. This road surface has detioriorated since the recent Resurfacing on Denchworth Road. I drive up and down this section of road daily and I am a resident.

    Posted anonymously at 14:06, Mon 17 September 2018

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