Fence opposite stubbin farm
Reported by joan smith at 10:54, Wednesday 21 June 2017
Sent to Kirklees Borough Council 2 minutes later
The fence is broken and is gradually falling down its too thick wood for a nail form us to repair. the fence is a barrier between the road (no footpath)and Manchester road. A slip could lead to a bad accident as pedestrian- there are lots who walk this road- could slip down the banking on to Manchester road. I think a nail in time would save a bigger repair bill . Safety first please. Joan Smith
Still open, via questionnaire, 21:04, Wednesday 19 July 2017
Still open, via questionnaire, 22:55, Wednesday 16 August 2017
Thank you for your fix my street request. Please see below for update and information about changes to how we are dealing with fix my street requests:
On checking, ranger inspected not a public right of way, rather it’s the fence at the side of the road. Been passed on and updated as follows: Location is subject to a routine scheduled safety inspection undertaken by trained engineers.
Any repairs to the fencing will be noted and programmed as required.
Location to be monitored - No Further Action at this time We are moving down the route of digital by design where the onus is on customers to create a citizen portal for them to log and track their requests. Therefore from the 1st September 2017 any requests received via fix my street will not be input onto any system for investigation / action. You need to log requests via the Council website for these to be dealt with. Please click on the link below and select the relevant category. However if you do not wish to use the website, then please ring the contact centre on 01484 414700
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Posted anonymously at 09:54, Friday 25 August 2017
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