Stack of Thames Water Temporary signs and Guards
Reported via desktop in the Road Traffic Signs and Road Markings category anonymously at 17:07, Wed 17 August 2022
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council less than a minute later
This stack of signs belonging to Thames Water are left over from a small reinstatement completed more than 2 weeks ago. They are obscuring the pavement outside No 7 and there are two others outside No 3. They were used for less than two hours and have been there for three weeks. Can they be recovered please?
Council ref: ENQ22931933
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State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 17:08, Wed 17 August 2022
Two Thames Water employees came and looked at the pile 8 days ago (without getting out of their van) and still they linger. 3+weeks of redundancy. With leaks all over the county surely they are needed somewhere and do not have a permanent role of blocking the footpath?
Posted anonymously at 20:29, Wed 24 August 2022
Another week gone by. Still no attempt to remove them. Is it possible they have been Fly-Tipped? Officially? They are restricting the pavement and should be collected as rubbish if Thames Water do not want them
Posted anonymously at 09:23, Thu 1 September 2022
Still there, SIX WEEKS after they had served their purpose and still no activity. No one expects great competence in this area but at least an effort to remove them would be appreciated
Posted anonymously at 12:17, Sat 10 September 2022
Still there, now more than 8 weeks and still blocking the pavement. Can they please be removed as they are a hazard to the elderly living in the SOHA housin
Posted anonymously at 09:10, Mon 26 September 2022
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