Ongoing issues at junction of Beckenham lane and Recreation road with ecessive water sitting on the road and Pavement.
Reported in the Road and Pavement Issues category anonymously at 09:22, Monday 14 October 2019
Sent to Bromley Council 3 minutes later
Ongoing issues at junction of Beckenham lane and Recreation road with ecessive water sitting on the road and Pavement. This is an internittant ongoing problem for parents and children coming to Valley primary School. Its dangerous as pedestrians have to walk inot the main traffic flow to cross the road.
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
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Posted by Bromley Council at 09:25, Monday 14 October 2019
Funnily enough this is still an issue. Heavy rain =flooding in recreation road and Beckenham Lane. Wouldn't be an issue if leaves were cleared and drains proactively cleared.
Posted anonymously at 22:18, Saturday 2 November 2019
We are continuing to investigate and working to resolve this report
Posted by Bromley Council at 16:18, Wednesday 6 November 2019
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State changed to: No further action
Posted by Bromley Council at 14:43, Monday 25 November 2019
Thank you for your report. In response, the rainwater gullies along the carriageway were fully serviced by being sucked out and jetted in the middle of October along Beckenham Lane and the beginning of neighbouring roads such as Highland Road as well as increased cleansing during the leafing period. We have since reviewed what we can do to try and mitigate this from continually recurring. Unfortunately, during periods of heavy rainfall, there can be greater volumes of rainfall and resulting water flow than there is capacity in each individual carriageway gully to cope. The water coming from the top of the hill will flow off any gully working at full capacity and onto a flat location where it will eventually pool until the rain stops and can eventually drain away. For this purpose, we will seek to increase street cleansing to reduce, where possible, debris washed down and blocking the gully grills; as well introduce periodic and increased jetting of these gullies to confirm they are always running at full capacity. I will arrange for the gullies to be re-attended in the next few weeks, and for the two rainwater gullies at the corner of Recreation Road, highlighted in this report, to be double checked for any fault that can be rectified through minor remedial works. If future instances such as this do recur, you can log an emergency out of hours report via our website: https://www.bromley.gov.uk/ info/ 200040/ environmental_health/ 245/ drainage_problems. Kind regards. LBB NO5 25/11/19
State changed to: In progress
Posted anonymously at 14:55, Monday 25 November 2019
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