Water leak & pothole
Reported via iOS in the Pothole category anonymously at 11:05, Tuesday 15 March 2022
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council 5 minutes later
This is a long term problem that has been reported several times. We had a letter from Thames Water advising they were coming to fix it but they never came.
Council ref: ENQ22920007
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 11:06, Tuesday 15 March 2022
The pot holes here are ridiculous. There are now 4-5 potholes, with one being significant in size in the middle of the road.
This needs to be fixed with urgency.
Posted anonymously at 22:02, Monday 21 March 2022
URGENT ACTION REQUIRED This pothole is growing larger by the week because there are 5 new houses being built in this single lane, cul de sac road, and the heavy construction lorries are pounding the road to pieces. This pothole needs to be mended by Thames Water and the council quickly before we too many tyres burst. On a dry sunny day there is water in all the holes, so there is a leak.
Posted anonymously at 16:46, Wednesday 23 March 2022
This problem has been outstanding for too long. The pothole is causing damage to vehicles and is a ‘trip’ hazard for the many walkers that use the road: there is no pavement. Nothing has been done.
Posted anonymously at 16:48, Wednesday 23 March 2022
Ongoing problem getting worse and worse. Constant water leak. Council applied cow Pat repairs recently which have already disintegrated and with the large volume of construction traffic is rapidly deteriorating to an even worse condition. Dangerous to both vehicles and pedestrians as loose stones flying
Posted anonymously at 08:45, Friday 25 March 2022
This has still not been resolved and the road surface continues to break up. There are now signs of damage on the other kerb as drivers try to avoid the deep pothole. Building works on this road mean that we have several large lorries up and down every day, exacerbating the problem.
Posted anonymously at 17:03, Tuesday 5 April 2022
This is now becoming dangerous with cars swerving across the road trying to avoid the largest hole, as well as creating flying loose stones and tarmac which could easily hit pedestrians / other vehicles. Water leak continues. A lot of very heavy construction traffic using the road owing to 5 large new houses being built further up the road which is making matters even worse.
Posted anonymously at 10:24, Friday 8 April 2022
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