Obstructions on adopted highway Warwick Court can't get van out
Reported in the Obstruction or hazard on road category by Paul Mundy at 15:59, Mon 22 July 2019
Sent to Warwickshire County Council less than a minute later
Thees photos were takin this last week their are also very steps that have been built on highway
Thank you for your email. The section of alley way you are talking about is not an adopted highway so we will be unable to help you. If you are unable to leave because bins etc are blocking you in they you can call the police on the non emergency line which is 101, if you are unable to get through the alley way because of the bins you will have to notify the owners.
Posted anonymously at 16:50, Mon 22 July 2019
As you can tell from this map it is maintained by the county council
Posted by Paul Mundy at 17:38, Mon 22 July 2019
To whom this may concern
Just a update on Warwick Court my Van is still blocked in as the road is publicly maintainable and I have rights of way over Warwick Court could you give me a update on your progress pleas. As I do pay rates and road tax.
Two weeks is far to long to be blocked in and I don't see why I should have to notify the owners of the offending obstructions one it is hard to know who the items belong to and two it is a publicly maintainable road.
I did contact the police they told me regrettably they do not have the power to remove the obstructions.
With Best Wishes
Posted by Paul Mundy at 13:04, Wed 31 July 2019
To Whom it may concern
Just a quick updated on Warwick Court.
I am very pleased to inform you that the name plates for Warwick Court have been reinstated which is essential for emergency services to find Warwick Court in the event of a emergency. With the help of local Councillors after three years as their was a little confusion to weather or not Warwick Court was a adopted road or privet. This is also why it is important that the access is kept clear as people live down Warwick Court and this is their only access. Even more essential, if a ambulance needed to get down Warwick Court to one of the residents in the event of a emergency they would have to remove obstructions, being delayed could be very costly indeed.
Another pallet as been dumped on Warwick Court I can't think who it could be, but I have told the local council I will keep a eye out as they keep recurring maybe a local builder picked up on the fact local businesses have been Warwick Court using it as a dumping ground.
Their are also live electric cables dangling from buildings either side of Warwick Court. I have informed the local council about this hazard as well. I can't see how this would comply with building regulations.
The electric cables flapping about is a big concern and as this is a publicly maintainable highway they need to be fixed with the upmost urgency.
Posted by Paul Mundy at 10:40, Thu 22 August 2019
Provide an update