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Kingfisher Drive, Banbury OX16

Reported anonymously at 11:54, Fri 31 October 2014

Well apart from the fact the road is in appalling state with school traffic twice a day, and we get our vehicles damaged , and have to put up with vile abuse and the mothers parking in our driveways... there is a potholle in the middle of the road which has already been reparied but has sunk you cannot avoid it as cars are always parked on both sides of this very narrow road. As you enter Kingfisher Drive from the school end its close to the top to be honest you cannot miss it its just past the walkway on the right hand side to the local co-op. Please please please can you tell us when we will have a new road laid as nothing has been done to this road since it was laid in the seventies, everyone else gets a new road but us, we feel we are the forgotton ones who have to put up with an awful lot and not just in the way of traffic twice a day ,and no fire engine amublance or anything else would never be able to get down here in an emergency. We the residents feel there should be no parking down here and of course on the school run they always park of the keep clear lines....a nightmare

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