Yellow lines worn out
Reported in the Road Traffic Signs and Road Markings category anonymously at 14:50, Thursday 30 May 2019
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council 5 minutes later
Due to the fact that the double yellow lines are faded a huge amount of cars are parking in a dangerous and obstructive manner, causing a major issue to access the car park of a block of flats. Major concerns as to whether the emergency services would be able to gain safe access should the need arise. This has been assessed by the fire services who have agreed to send photographs to the council to confirm the situation. This has been an ongoing issue but in recent months has become alot worse.
Council ref: ENQ19834207
Thank you for your enquiry. This issue has been passed onto the relevant team for investigation.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 14:55, Thursday 30 May 2019
I agree with what has been already said about Ashby Court but also someone is running a vehicle repair business in the street which adds to the chaos and obstruction. Also please can the white lines be replaced on the Stop junction between Gatteridge Street and Newland Road. They have faded and that junction is dangerous.
Posted anonymously at 16:55, Saturday 1 June 2019
I confirm the above comments/problems: entry for emergency vehicles is the main danger. Parked cars are also blocking the rear gates to the adjacent Britannia road flats, causing turning/entry problems for bin collection lorries serving both developments. Just repainting the yellow lines without enforcing the restrictions is not going to work. The car repair business mentioned above is being run out of the back yard of #3 Gatteridge Street. I've noted the following vehicle registrations undergoing repairs in Ashby Court in April: WX03 YMV, H 7467 BP (Bulgarian plate), BP03 KPA, FJ02 XYW, DN03 CNF, VK04 VEL - there have been more since then.
Posted anonymously at 11:16, Monday 3 June 2019
There is rubbish relating to this car repair business that has been left around and within some Morrison's trolley on the path by the gates into the Britannia Road complex. Specifically, there is evidence of an oil change with a towel covered in oil on the ground, the old oil, and a bottle which would have contained the new oil. There is also what appears to be a car body part. This has all been reported to the council through their flytipping reporting service.
Posted anonymously at 22:16, Wednesday 19 June 2019
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