Norwood Road SE27 man hole south bound carriageway.
Reported in the Roads/highways category by Philip Godfrey at 22:04, Mon 30 March 2015
Sent to Lambeth Borough Council 1 minute later
Norwood Road SE27 re man hole outside 401 (between Avenue Park Rd & Elmcourt Ct road junctions). This man hole has been vibrating for some weeks when traffic has gone over it. You will noticed from the attached picture that one half of the man hole cover has partly dropped down. Please repair this manhole cover including ensuring it no longer vibrates otherwise as you can see in the picture that previous repairs have been carried out but unsuccessfully leading to this further repair.
Kindly note - if you do not reply to me via this report on the website or forwarding the fixmystreet report please include the ref: "Norwood Road 30th March" when you confirm your reference number for this report - thank you.
Still open, via questionnaire, 10:30, Tue 7 July 2015
This has been conned off for some weeks.
Posted by Philip Godfrey at 10:30, Tue 7 July 2015
Below copy of an email (edited so email addresses removed) I sent today, 4th Aug 2015 to Lambeth in response to their email of the 27th July :-):
Re Norwood Road SE27 outside number 401 (ie between Elmcourt Rd & Avenue Park Rd junctions) please see your email below.
Comment - I first reported this to you via fixmystreet.com on the 30th March 2015 and noted you put traffic cones & barriers around this very approx first half of June - https://www.fixmystreet.com/ report/ 613799 I therefore thank you for emailing all utility companies to identify ownership. I presume however this was done much longer ago than 28 days yet this highway hazard is still present as of yesterday. Do you have a time scale for this to be fixed please after all four months has drifted by? All of Norwood Road is a "A" road ie a Trunk Route.
________________________________________ From: Sent: 28 July 2015 09:53 To: Subject: RE: 27th July 2015 Street Engineering - my ref
The StreetWorks Team has sent an email to all utilities to investigate and identify ownership of the defective apparatus. If none of the utilities claim the ownership of this asset then after 28 days this will go back to highways to deal with this asset
In the meantime we are making sure this is keep safe
If you require any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact the team on 0207 926 9000 (Option 4 then option 1) or email
Posted by Philip Godfrey at 11:39, Tue 4 August 2015
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