The gully/road drainage on the Warwick bound carriageway of the Birmingham Road is blocked. Hence all the run off from the Hatton Arms pub becomes a river and builds up in the non lay-bye opposite the entrance to Brownley Green Lane. The gulleys on the Birmingham Road have not been cleared or maintained for years and now this has become a danger to pedestrians using the footpath with floodwater being sprayed dangerously and in some quantity over the footpath and its users.
Reported in the Flooding or standing water on road category by Stephen Clement at 10:06, Sunday 16 February 2020
Sent to Warwickshire County Council 4 minutes later
As above description. The lack of effective road drainage on the Birmingham Road south of the Hatton Arms is now a danger to the users of the public footpath. Free flowing water is unable to enter blocked drains and the resultant river is causing vehicles to throw significant spray over pedestrians. Cycling through such water is also very dangerous.
The pond that forms opposite the entrance to Brownley Green lane is equally hazardous to traffic and potentially could result in the flooding of two properties- Catchems End Cottage and Rose Lawn. This needs serious attention as the problem has been evident for some considerable time.
Warwickshire County Council has received your report which will be reviewed accordingly. There are no automatic updates to the status of this report - this is something we are working on as part of the improvements to fault reporting.
Posted anonymously at 14:29, Monday 17 February 2020
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