Very poor road surface and potholing at hospital end of st clements road
Reported in the Potholes & road surface category anonymously at 09:59, Sun 1 March 2020
Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council 2 minutes later. Council ref: 2031701.
These potholes are always present but lately have become the worst I've known them. Dangerously deep and you have to drive wide to avoid them or risk damage to your vehicle. Not safe at all, treacherous in the dark. There is oncoming traffic every few seconds between 8- 6pm with parked cars on one side. This small stretch of road bears much more traffic than usual due to the extremely busy medical centre. Please provide a solution with this in mind. Maybe send someone to monitor the amount of cars on the road so data can provide assistance in the project. Sending a couple of guys with a bit of rubble every few years will not solve this problem.
Thank you for this report. We will review the details and carry out an inspection of the site if required.
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State changed to: In progress
Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 10:01, Sun 1 March 2020
We've looked into this report and passed the details on to our contractor. They will plan and carry out any work needed. 4 out of 5 issues are updated within 30 working days.
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We'll update this report when the contractor has completed their work.
State changed to: Action scheduled
Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 08:31, Fri 6 March 2020
I live in St Clements road and work at the health centre. It is a busy road and one large pot hole has been badly filled in last couple of weeks but the whole road needs resurfacing as many pot holes. It is vital for patients and residents for this road to be made safe.
Posted anonymously at 22:08, Mon 9 March 2020
The potholes have been badly individually filled. No loose gravel dealt with either. Will be interesting to see how long this seemingly temporary "fix" lasts. Probably until we get a heavy shower.
Posted anonymously at 12:03, Sun 29 March 2020
Still open, via questionnaire
Still open, via questionnaire, 12:48, Sun 26 April 2020
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