Highways Issue Inspected – Enquiry 4089188

Highways Issue Inspected – Enquiry 4089188
Dear Mr Stephen Mansfield(Clerk LPC)
This is an update to your enquiry dated 15/08/2017 in relation to FOLD END LANE.
A highways inspector has now assessed the site and arranged for repairs to be carried out.
The reported issue is not considered to be a high risk to public safety and so the repairs will be grouped with similar works in the area in order to be as efficient and cost effective as possible. Currently over 50% of these repairs take place within 60 days. The remaining defects are repaired as soon as resources are available.
You will receive a further email when the works have been completed. You can also check on the progress of your report online at www.staffordshire.gov.uk/reportit
General Information about Repairs
Timescales for repairs are determined by the defect’s location, size and ultimately, the risk the defect poses to public safety.
Currently 97% of the most urgent defects are repaired within seven days. However, the majority of reported defects are inspected and categorised as non-urgent and, to be as efficient and cost effective as possible, these repairs are grouped by location and work type. Currently over 50% of these lower risk repairs take place within 60 days.

Highways Issue Inspected – Fault Report 4089184

Highways Issue Inspected – Fault Report 4089184
Dear Mr Stephen Mansfield(Clerk LPC)
This is an update to your enquiry dated 15/08/2017 in relation to KNOWSLEY HILL .
A highways inspector has now visited the site and added the following notes to the report:
Roads are routinely swept after. Surface dressing,  I will pass to dressing supervisor
If you have any queries regarding this report please contact highways@staffordshire.gov.uk quoting your enquiry number
Kind regards
The Highways Team

This is an update to your enquiry dated 15/08/2017 in relation to MONEYASH ROAD .

Highways Issue Inspected – Fault Report 4089185
Dear Mr Stephen Mansfield(Clerk LPC)
This is an update to your enquiry dated 15/08/2017 in relation to MONEYASH ROAD .
A highways inspector has now visited the site and added the following notes to the report:
Although slightly overgrown,  no action proposed but I will monitor locality
If you have any queries regarding this report please contact highways@staffordshire.gov.uk quoting your enquiry number
Kind regards
The Highways Team

Falls End Lane, Longnor

Customer Copy of Issue Report

Thank you for your fault report to Highways.

Your reference number for this call is: 4089188

As soon as any progress is made on your report we will e-mail you again with an update.

Issue Details

Issue Type:
Road Issue – Road damage – Potholes

Approximate size (width, depth etc.)
Medium

Date first noticed
14th August, 2017

Additional Information
Parish Councillors reported that there are potholes on the road

Location
Easting:409015 Northing:364907

Additional Location Information
Falls End lane, Longnor

Overgrown trees are causing a danger to pedestrians and drivers on lane to Crowdecote

Customer Copy of Issue Report

Thank you for your fault report to Highways.

Your reference number for this call is: 4089185

As soon as any progress is made on your report we will e-mail you again with an update.

Issue Details

Issue Type:
Pathways and verges – Weeds, trees, verges and hedges – Trees or hedges overgrown

Date first noticed
14th August, 2017

Additional Information
Parish Councillors report that; Overgrown trees are causing a danger to pedestrians and drivers.

Location
Easting:409271 Northing:364904

Additional Location Information
On the lane between Longnor and Crowdecote.

The road between Longnor and Crowdecote – chippings in drains

Customer Copy of Issue Report

Thank you for your fault report to Highways.

Your reference number for this call is: 4089184

As soon as any progress is made on your report we will e-mail you again with an update.

Issue Details

Issue Type:
Road Issue – Drains – Other

Date first noticed
14th August, 2017

Additional Information
Parish Councillors reported in the recent meeting of Longnor Parish Council that loose chippings, not swept up after roadsurfacing work, have been washed into the drains.

Location
Easting:409342 Northing:364868

Additional Location Information
The road between Longnor and Crowdecote

loose Chippings on Crowdecote Road

Customer Copy of Issue Report

Thank you for your fault report to Highways.

Your reference number for this call is: 4087752

As soon as any progress is made on your report we will e-mail you again with an update.

Issue Details

Issue Type:
Road Issue – Road works – Equipment or materials left

Date first noticed
10th July, 2017

Additional Information
Chippings left on road need sweeping up

Location
Easting:409433 Northing:364839

Additional Location Information
Between Longnor and Crowdecte

Highways Issue Inspected – Fault Report 4081248

Highways Issue Inspected – Fault Report 4081248
Dear Mr Stephen Mansfield(Clerk LPC)
This is an update to your enquiry dated 19/05/2017 in relation to LANE HEAD .
A highways inspector has now visited the site and added the following notes to the report:
It is common practice to undertake gulley cleansing on a different schedule to some of the surrounding lanes due to the requirement for additional traffic management to enable the operation to be carried out safely. Under these circumstances, the crew would concentrate their efforts on roads which require these additional resources before dropping back at a later date to do the side roads without the requirement for TM.
If you have any queries regarding this report please contact highways@staffordshire.gov.uk quoting your enquiry number
Kind regards
The Highways Team

Highways Issue Inspected – Enquiry 4081250

Highways Issue Inspected – Enquiry 4081250
Dear Mr Stephen Mansfield(Clerk LPC)
This is an update to your enquiry dated 19/05/2017 in relation to DOVE RIDGE.
A highways inspector has now assessed the site and arranged for repairs to be carried out.
The reported issue is not considered to be a high risk to public safety and so the repairs will be grouped with similar works in the area in order to be as efficient and cost effective as possible. Currently over 50% of these repairs take place within 60 days. The remaining defects are repaired as soon as resources are available.