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Kerb stones loose and dangerous to vehicles

Reported in the Roads/highways category anonymously at 18:43, Sat 25 August 2018

Sent to Hull City Council 2 minutes later

Many of the corner edge kerbstones along Grasby Road are in a loose condition. However the kerb at the very bottom of Grasy Road is in a dangerous state. The loose kerbs are continuasly being moved by traffic clipping them and moving them into the roadway which is a major hazzard especially at night. Residents are moving them back to the side regularly, but this as been the state for 2 months now and is getting worse.

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  • This has been passed to Highways who will arrange for an inspector to visit the area and arrange any relevant works as soon as possible.

    Posted by Hull City Council Customer Service Advisor at 07:21, Mon 27 August 2018

  • Still no work done to repair the curb stones, and they are getting worse.

    Posted anonymously at 19:10, Sat 22 September 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • I have sent a second request to chase up this and asked them to attend the area as soon as possible.

    Posted by Customer Service Advisor Hull City Council. at 03:23, Mon 24 September 2018

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 11:17, Sun 21 October 2018

  • Still no changes and getting worse. Going to be interesting to see how long the council actually take to sort this out! A long time I suspect...

    Posted anonymously at 11:19, Sun 21 October 2018

  • This has been chased up again for you, the team inspect the area within ten working days and works are arranged as soon as possible. We are unable to give a timescale on the works being completed as this depends on numerous factors.

    Posted by Hull City Council, Customer Services at 04:27, Mon 22 October 2018

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