Severe dips in road
Reported via desktop in the Potholes & road surface category by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 15:28, Thursday 19 October 2023
Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 5114457.
The contractor that was working here on the kerb edges has left the road surface in such a state its like the Mira test track for suspensions. Its unavoidable to cross due the teh narrow lane.
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State changed to: In progress
Posted by Systems Team at 15:28, Thursday 19 October 2023
This contractor has been allowed constantly to destroy and then fail to repair the road after ripping it up, should the matter not be resolved in 7 days I will need the councils liability insurance details to repaid my front tyres and tracking at a cost of over £650. It’s unfair for my vehicle to be smashed about in order for contractors to fail to do the job properly it was ok before they ripped it up several times .
Posted anonymously at 05:39, Wednesday 8 November 2023
The road is very uneven where utilities have been taken across the road and the road has not been repaired properly. It is getting a severe dip now.
Posted anonymously at 15:22, Monday 20 November 2023
Nothing has been done could you post who we send our claims to for the damage to our vehicles , would that be the council as they allowed this to carry on, it;s not moving along very fast.
Posted anonymously at 19:56, Monday 20 November 2023
This road has been left in an awful state. It has been dug up numerous times to provide utilities to the new housing estate opposite Bloomfield Cottages. Not only is it causing damage to vehicles but it is also causing a lot of noise pollution due to heavy goods vehicles and any cars towing trailers hitting the dip in the road. The noise is becoming unbearable for the residents of Bloomfield Cottages. It's disgusting that we have been left with this damage when the new housing development has a lovely new road! Please can this be looked at as a matter or urgency.
Posted anonymously at 16:48, Wednesday
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