Red Lodge Rd - Width Restriction post padlock removed
Reported in the Road and Pavement Issues category anonymously at 08:13, Mon 26 November 2018 using FixMyStreet Pro
Sent to Bromley Council 2 minutes later
Pole indicated in image - yellow padlock laying on ground next to pole, please re-attach ASAP.
Thank you for your report, this is now being investigated. Information on our services and the timeframes we aim to respond in can be found: http://www.bromley.gov.uk/ fixservices
State changed to: In progress
Posted by Bromley Council at 08:18, Mon 26 November 2018
We have investigated this report and believe no further action is required at this time. The issue may be below our investigatory levels or may no longer be present. If this problem persists, please provide further comments to the report.
State changed to: No further action
Posted by Bromley Council at 10:48, Tue 27 November 2018
So, someone has put the lock back into position but hasn’t closed the lock... any reason why? Can the lock be properly closed before the pole ends up being removed to let lorries through and left laying on the pavement again.
State changed to: Open
Posted anonymously at 07:49, Wed 28 November 2018
This is a temporary measure to hold the post. The pad lock will be renewed at the time further works will take place to secure the post. Our contractor has been instructed for this repair.
Posted anonymously at 13:40, Fri 30 November 2018
Tag-Dah! As expected, the pole has been removed and is laying on floor. How long until you can pop gown B&Q to buy a new lock please?
Posted anonymously at 08:16, Wed 5 December 2018
We are sorry that this work has not been completed. We are working with our Minor Works contractor in an effort to resolve this issue.
Posted anonymously at 16:02, Mon 10 December 2018
Taking a hell of a long time to fix a lock. Do you think it may happen this side of Xmas?
Posted anonymously at 08:13, Wed 12 December 2018
Now been open and unresolved for 35 days - have re-reported in the hope that someone listens. Not good enough.
Posted anonymously at 16:14, Mon 31 December 2018
Our contractor has been notified to take the appropriate action.
State changed to: In progress
Posted by Bromley Council at 16:27, Tuesday 8 January 2019
Apologies for the delay in resolving this issue. We have an ongoing problem regarding unauthorised removal of the special padlocks and intentional damage to the bollards and other fixings. We are working with our contractor to identify a long-term solution, and will continue to inspect the barriers every week and complete temporary repairs.
Posted anonymously at 14:17, Monday 4 February 2019
We can confirm that this work is now completed and are aware of the additional work required. We are waiting for the delivery of materials, and once they are available, we endeavour to complete the remaining work to the width restrictor. We apologise for the inconvenience caused to you.
Posted anonymously at 16:03, Friday 15 February 2019
We have an ongoing problem with the unauthorised removal of the padlocks and intentional damage to the bollards and other fixings at this location. In addition to weekly inspections and repairs, we're also looking at enforcement action that could be taken. Please continue to bear with us as we seek to resolve this issue.
Posted anonymously at 12:44, Monday 4 March 2019
Appropriate action has been taken to resolve the issue.
State changed to: Fixed
Posted by Bromley Council at 07:54, Friday 15 March 2019
Provide an update