The fence in between Millbrow and the eastern bypass is in need of urgent repair,one of the upright posts has broken at the bottom .
Reported in the Roads/highways category by Anthony Chambers at 13:19, Wed 12 April 2017
Sent to Halton Borough Council 1 minute later
This fence can be repaired quite cheaply if the broken post is replaced as a matter of urgency,this will prevent a much more costly replacement of the whole fence line.If it does fall,the eastern bypass,with a speed limit of 70mph will be accessible to children and animals.
Still open, via questionnaire, 14:53, Wed 10 May 2017
A running repair was carried out,but now there are at least three uprights broken and the next decent storm will bring down a lot of the fence.costing thousands instead of a decent repair for a few hundred and a days work.
Posted by Anthony Chambers at 14:53, Wed 10 May 2017
Still open, via questionnaire, 18:17, Wed 7 June 2017
Still open, via questionnaire, 19:19, Wed 5 July 2017
Not done at all
Posted by Anthony Chambers at 19:19, Wed 5 July 2017
Still open, via questionnaire, 19:59, Wed 2 August 2017
Still open, via questionnaire, 21:04, Wed 30 August 2017
Now the anti social people have started to destroy the fence,had it been fixed,it would not have been an attraction to them
Posted by Anthony Chambers at 21:04, Wed 30 August 2017
I reported this problem and a gentleman came to view the fence line but as yet,no sign of a repair crew. The broken post has now become dangerous and the next storm could see the 70mph by-pass become easily accessible to schoolchildren,has this fence to completely collapse before a repair is done.
Posted by Anthony Chambers at 06:25, Thursday 25 January 2018
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