Reported anonymously at 12:30, Friday 29 May 2020
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council and West Oxfordshire District Council less than a minute later
Road is very narrow and lorries going down the road are damaging the house. Speed limit/ or restriction sign had been requested by member of the public.
Council ref: ENQ20866343
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 12:30, Friday 29 May 2020
Fire engine stuck and clipped building this evening 10/06/20 19:45. Luckily we were here, not always the case. There is structural damage to the top of this listed building ( not from this evenings incident). Please do something to help as soon as you can. I do not want to go to The Oxford Times but if necessary I will. This house was built in 1725. We need signage to advise drivers of width of access!
Posted anonymously at 20:02, Wednesday 10 June 2020
I assume the property in question is the one on the corner of Park St & Rectory Lane. The turn is very tight and not suitable for larger vehicles. To ban the turn would require the making of a Traffic Regulation Order costing in the order of £4k including any associated signing work. The County is currently unable to fund this. An alternative physical measure would be for the property owner to apply to the County for the provision of a “bell bollard” which is a substantial iron bollard shaped to deflect vehicles away from where the bollard is installed. There are many styles available, please follow the attached link. https://www.furnitubes.com/ street-furniture/ bell-bollard This option would be less visually intrusive, more in keeping with the environment and be a physical barrier.
State changed to: Fixed
Posted anonymously at 12:27, Friday 12 June 2020
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