Damage to 7 kerb stones and a blocked drain
Reported anonymously at 20:57, Fri 26 July 2019
Sent to Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council and Warwickshire County Council 3 minutes later
The kerb stones have been damaged and are cracked and broken by the Council Recycling Vehicles continuing to drive on the kerb to get round the corner on the mobile park home site. Also the drain outside the property is full of grit and gravel and needs emptying and flushing through to clear the drain.
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Posted by Warwickshire County Highways at 10:38, Sat 27 July 2019
I have tried reporting this problem so many times over the past 21 years. Every time we have heavy rain New Road Ash Green Coventry floods along side the mobile home site. Traffic does not slow down making it dangerous, when they dash through the floods it comes over our gate and hedges and actually hits our windows which for a 74 years old lady is extremely scary. If it was during school term which it often is, children walking to and from school and people standing at local bus stops get absolutely saturated. I would really appreciate someone looking at and dealing with this ongoing problem. Thanking you.
Posted anonymously at 12:32, Wed 14 August 2019
New Road Ash Green Coventry is flooded again, this is the second time in two days. Drains are blocked and cannot take the amount of rain we have had recently. Traffic does not slow down which could easily cause an accident plus as we live on the mobile home site we get water coming over the gate ways and hedges and actually hits our windows which for a 74 years old lady is extremely scary. This has been an ongoing problem for many years and never seems to get solved. If this was during school term which it often is, children walking to and from school and people at local bus stops get absolutely saturated. It would be much appreciated if someone could authorise clearing of the drains etc.
Posted anonymously at 12:33, Wed 14 August 2019
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