Pedestrian Safety Barrier - North Leigh School
Reported via Android in the Pavements category by DAVID ARCHER at 12:23, Sun 14 July 2019
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council 2 minutes later
The safety barrier outside North Leigh Primary School, has detached from its foundations. It is lose and wobbly. Can someone access this as it is not safe with the amount of children charging out of the path from the school.
Council ref: ENQ19837887
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 12:25, Sun 14 July 2019
Additional picture that didn't upload first time
Posted by DAVID ARCHER at 12:27, Sun 14 July 2019
Thank you for your report. No defect information or location provided.
State changed to: Investigation complete
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 14:10, Thu 18 July 2019
North Leigh Primary School, Park Road, North Leigh. The safety barrier outside the school exit, is still in not fixed. This is a SAFETY barrier, to stop children running into the busy road. It is broken away from it's foundation, as shown in picture. Can this be looked at for repair, before the barrier, detaches completely, and possibly causes injury to a vehicle or a person.
State changed to: Open
Posted by DAVID ARCHER at 22:37, Sun 18 August 2019
I will chase this up with our team and get it repaired.
Best Wishes, Cllr Liam Walker County Councillor
Posted by Cllr Liam Walker at 23:24, Tue 20 August 2019
Hi Liam Just wondered if any plans were in place to getting this barrier fix outside North Leigh Primary school, has I have just notice a young boy hanging off it..!
Posted by DAVID ARCHER at 14:57, Thu 3 October 2019
While Park Road is closed off for the next two weeks, at least. Can this Safety Barrier be replaced. Or is this a low priority, until an accident occurs with a school child . Over to you..!
Posted anonymously at 21:42, Tue 15 October 2019
The Safety Barrier outside North Leigh Primary School, is still hanging out of the foundations. IS ANYONE DOING SOMETHING ABOUT FIXING THIS.. !! I reported it in August and then in October... ???
Posted anonymously at 15:42, Sat 23 November 2019
Are we just waiting for the accident to happen before this gets replaced in a hurry the next day?
Or shall we get it replaced before the accident and avoid the hassle of having to explain why a barrier meant to protect primary school children was left in this condition for over 5 months, and counting...
(I think this issue warrants a bit a sarcasm at this point).
Cllr Liam Walker, maybe you could chase this up with you team again and provide an update here? Thank you.
Posted anonymously at 20:51, Mon 2 December 2019
Provide an update