Outside 22 thorncote road and along the entire road
Reported via desktop in the Road Surface category anonymously at 15:46, Friday 15 October 2021
Sent to Central Bedfordshire Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 362645.
Thorncote road has a development across the road from thorncote road and it has going on 12 month and residents have been subject to disruption and abuse from contractors/drivers making deliveries when asked not to block residents in. repeatedly blocking accsess to residents driveways and also damaging the road surface and the verges (the verges are privately owned and maintained) can an inpsector go out and assess the situation. the road has shifted and moved and utilities underneath could be at risk.
State changed to: Investigating
Updated by Central Bedfordshire Council at 15:46, Friday 15 October 2021
I have spoken to a customer this afternoon and he wants me to escalate the above CRN as a complaint.
He wants this to be responded to within 7 days or has said he wants to go to the Ombudsmen.
*** of Thorncote road in Northill. He said he objected to planning and the development right from the beginning and his comments were ignored and it went ahead regardless. He has now said that all of the issues he was concerned about are happening and his road is being damaged and used for unloading deliveries which cause disruption and block his driveway access. He was even blocked in the other day when his booster jab was scheduled. He has also claimed to have received verbal abuse from the people unloading deliveries on site.
This was raised as a CRN to the area team and they have come back to say it is Streetworks but this is not the case.
He is wanting to discuss this in more detail with the appropriate department as he understands that Highways would have had to implement a traffic management plan and if this is not being adhered to then he says highways should be able to fine the developers.
Please can this complaint be escalated accordingly and responed to by the appropriate team/individual.
State changed to: Open
Posted by Central Bedfordshire Council at 14:39, Friday 5 November 2021
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