Road name plates
Reported in the Street nameplates category anonymously at 16:51, Sunday 12 January 2020
Sent to Aylesbury Vale District Council 5 minutes later
Both rd signs are falling off their posts and posts need to be re anchored. One sign is at the top of stablebridge rd on the left as you drive up, the other one is opposite same junction. Also there are really bad potholes as you enter Upper Icknield way towards Wendover, making it dangerous when you turn out
Potholes extremely dangerous at junction with Stablebridge Road
Posted anonymously at 11:57, Monday 3 February 2020
Potholes at this junction causing a hazard for cars trying to pull out.
Posted anonymously at 20:32, Tuesday 4 February 2020
The junction of Stablebridge Road and Upper Icknield Way is atrocious and an accident waiting to happen especially with the icy weather . Deep potholes cars turning out of Stablebridge Road get stuck in then another on the tring towards Halton side that throws cars off course as they hit it
Posted anonymously at 10:14, Friday 7 February 2020
The previous "permanent" repairs have all come adrift and over the course of the past 6 months the road has become increasingly dangerous. The surface is so rough it causes cars pulling out of Stablebrisge Road and I know of 2 accidents in the space of a fortnight that happened at that junction some time ago. Yet again I'm forced to pass on the wrong side of the road to avoid damage to my suspension. It needs the top layer removing and replacing over an area of at least 10m square.
Posted anonymously at 18:29, Friday 7 February 2020
Still open, via questionnaire, 17:48, Sunday 9 February 2020
The road surface at this junction was repaired one evening late last week between approximately 20:30 & 01:00. The road had been cold repaired a few days earlier.
The surface has been penetrated again, with stones being scattered across the road. Cars are skidding across the road shedding stones in al directions. If this is meant to be a permanent repair, sadly this has not been achieved.
The team that made the repair were very courteous and apologised for any noise or disruption we would experience that evening.
Please can you advise if this was a permanent or temporary repair
Posted anonymously at 15:17, Tuesday 18 February 2020
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