Opps Someone Has Hit Me
Reported via desktop in the Street nameplates category anonymously at 10:06, Mon 13 November 2023
Sent to Buckinghamshire Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5204098.
Someone has hit the street nameplate so that one of the supports is broken and the street name plate is leaning. WhatThreeWords location https://w3w.co/ today.during.torch
The maintenance of these types of signs previously sat with the legacy districts areas, the maintenance responsibility has now moved to our Highways Team who will incorporate them into their Highway Safety Inspection policy, similar to that of other road signs.
Reports regarding damaged street name plates will go directly to the Local Area Technician who will carry out an inspection and if required order the necessary work to be completed. When a street name plate is damaged and removed it is not economically viable for it to be reinstated in isolation, it will be repaired/replaced as part of a package of works for these types of issues. Please note, in some cases this may mean the sign is removed temporarily for safety reasons.
The process for naming a new street remains unchanged, requests from developers should be to email email@example.com.
Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 10:06, Mon 13 November 2023
We have now made an inspection of the report, the issue reported has been added to a package of works for this location and will be addressed when we are next in the area.
There is no immediate action that is required at this stage.
Please be assured, we will continue to monitor the area in line with our Highways Safety Inspection Policy.
State changed to: Closed
Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 11:48, Tuesday 16 January 2024
This report is now closed to updates from the public. You can make a new report in the same location.