Parking on Grass Verges
Reported in the Roads/highways category anonymously at 10:45, Friday 16 August 2019
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council 5 minutes later
This problem has been reported previously. The response was that Highways cannot stop people parking illegally and the only thing they can suggest to stop the problem is bollards. The Highways Authority have said that they can supply and install the bollards but do not have the funding and suggested contacting Thame Town Council as a possible source of funding if they are happy to help and approve solution. The Town Council have requested from Highways an estimate of the cost to provide bollards. The problem is all along Kings Close and Moats Crescent and I would estimate a requirement for at least 34 bollards to address issue (details can be provided).
Council ref: ENQ19840663
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 10:50, Friday 16 August 2019
Thank you for your enquiry. I have asked our contractors to provide a price for the bollards you are suggesting and waiting a reply. I will update you when I hear back. Regards
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 08:39, Monday 19 August 2019
Thank you - could I ask what types of bollards you would be suggesting? There are already wooden bollards on other parts of the close (see attached) would they be similar to this?
Posted anonymously at 10:43, Monday 19 August 2019
As I stated in my last update I was waiting for a price for the bollards you requested to give to you, from our Contractors. To supply and install the 34 bollards you asked would cost £4711.60. Please liaise with Thame TC and get them to contact me if this is something they wish to proceed with and pay for. Regards
State changed to: Investigation complete
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 17:45, Wednesday 21 August 2019
Can I ask who they should contact as no details provided Thank you
Posted anonymously at 18:35, Wednesday 21 August 2019
Provide an update