Not drainng quickly enough, impassable by pedestrians
Reported via mobile in the Standing water on the highway category by ALAN RICHARD TAPLEY at 16:46, Fri 20 October 2023
Sent to Shropshire Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 14125326.
The aged residents at no12 find residual mud is a danger when floods abate. Some traffic turns back.Today's problem started with the heavy rain.
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Posted by Shropshire Council at 16:46, Fri 20 October 2023
This area flooded again. Drains are blocked with leaves and silt.
Posted anonymously at 08:39, Tue 31 October 2023
This evening 01.01.2024, road was clear at 2pm, following rain from 4pm, road is completely covered in water, one pavement is completely submerged, and the other one is heading under water. There is no way to avoid this as a pedestrian unless taking a large detour. It’s becoming very regular and a massive inconvenience. Let alone if an inconsiderate driver passes when you are trying to walk past.
Posted anonymously at 21:40, Monday 1 January 2024
Yet again this has been flooded twice over the last couple of weeks. The reason for this needs urgently investigating as it now every time there is heavy rain - there is obviously a problem with the drains. The pavement and road now need cleaning of the mud and debris as the pavement on the one side is extremely slippery with mud and the other side is starting to crack and break up from the constant wash and cars driving on it to avoid the water.
Posted anonymously at 13:38, Friday 5 January 2024
State changed to: Action scheduled
Updated by Shropshire Council at 08:28, Monday 8 January 2024
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