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Building materials stored on highway with no warning barriers or lights. Premix concrete dumped on highway and washings discharged into storm water drain.

Reported in the Flytipping category anonymously at 09:10, Wednesday 30 January 2019

Sent to South Oxfordshire District Council 5 minutes later

Dangerous to traffic and pedestrians. Damaging highways infrastructure. Flood risk due to drain blockage.

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  • This has been forwarded to Oxfordshire County Council Highways who deal with such matters.

    Posted by South Oxfordshire District Council at 09:25, Wednesday 30 January 2019

  • I agree! This is shocking. The lorry and its products take up 4 parking spaces all day every day!

    Posted anonymously at 16:34, Thursday 31 January 2019

  • Currently concrete slurry all over road and discharging into drains. This is an urgent highways and environment agency priority.

    Posted anonymously at 11:03, Wednesday 6 February 2019

  • Contractors have washed highway and cleaned out drains.

    Posted anonymously at 14:02, Thursday 7 February 2019

  • Great that one of the vans has finally moved to allow two parking spaces to be created, but the issue still remains with bricks taking up space on a public road.

    As the Council seem to be taking this one slowly, we have advertised the bricks to be collected for free (on a range of sites) and I think they will be gone by the end of the weekend as have had some interest already.

    Really disappointing that one neighbour is causing so much disruption for so many.

    Posted anonymously at 08:11, Friday 8 February 2019

  • Looks like a permit must've been issued and the appropriate Council departments are happy with bricks stacked 2 pallets high on road / pavementside. Let's hope nothing drives into them.

    Posted anonymously at 15:39, Tuesday 12 February 2019

  • Although they have now removed the bricks etc from the road itself, all their supplies are being kept in the back of a van that is kept permanently outside the property and I hardly think this is fair or them applying for the appropriate permit?

    What is worse is that they now “save” the two spaces by either putting cones out or parking one van obnoxiously across the two spaces, until the other one comes out.

    Please can someone from the council come and speak to the residents to explain this isn’t acceptable? It is obvious which number house it is!

    Posted anonymously at 08:49, Friday 22 February 2019

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