The storm gulley isnt capable of taking all the rain water which causes flooding in the road
Reported by Tony Radburn at 23:30, Wednesday 24 April 2019
Sent to Cherwell District Council and Oxfordshire County Council 5 minutes later
“Thank you for your report. The strom drain in this location has recently been unblocked and no flooding issues were present during my site visit on Tuesday 12.3.19.during really heavy rain. I have been passed your concerns to a Highway and Drainage officer. State changed to: No further action” The above was the reply I received after my last notification of a problem, the below was my response on the 15th March. So far I haven't had a response. I'm at a loss that you can make a judgement on one days rainfall when this problem has been ongoing for nearly 10 years. I would like to believe this is the case and that I wont experience flooding in my garden again but somehow I know I will have pictorial evidence in the next few months that this isn't the case. What I find difficult to understand is that Thames Water have thoroughly checked the drainage system all the way down Prescott Avenue and beyond the drain in question and have diagnosed that the gully in question can only cope with a certain amount of water yet someone probably sat in their vehicle for 10 minutes watching moderate rainfall on one particular day can make a judgement call and close a case. I would suggest the person who made this decision contact Thames Water and ask to see the result of their findings on the 9th December 2017.
Council ref: ENQ19831980
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