You can move around with your keyboard
plus
minus
left
right
Drop pin on the map to start a new report
space
Press space again to adjust the location
space
Start new report here Reposition report here
Back to all reports

Across the road from BB269A

Reported via desktop in the Belisha Beacon broken category anonymously at 20:14, Sunday 11 February 2024

Sent to Buckinghamshire Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5563143.

THIS HAS NOT BEEN RESOLVED - HALF A LAMPPOST IS STILL IN EVIDENCE AS LARGE AS LIFE AND WITH A PIECE OF PLASTIC STRETCHED ACROSS IT. THE ONLY THING WHICH HAS CHANGED IS THE BLACK AND YELLOW HAZARD RIBBON HAS BEEN REPLACED - THAT WAS DONE SOME TIME AGO We are very pleased to tell you that the issue reported has now been resolved.

The reports you make to us are invaluable, they help us achieve our pledge to always put safety first by prioritising the most critical repairs, being available to react 24/7 and regularly inspecting the highway.

Thank you again for bringing this to our attention

Feedback helps us improve our services, so please tell us your views using this simple Form Regards Buckinghamshire Highways Unsubscribe from alerts about this report

Sorry I've put the photos in the wrong order. The one with the Belisha beacon is 2020, the one with all the wrapping is 2021, last photo with a board leaning against it is 2022. I also have photo taken yesterday, September 24th 2023. It's a lamppost on a crossing with a Belisha Beacon which was demolished by a vehicle possibly three years ago. Your map seems to not recognise the remains of a lamppost and Belisha Beacon outside 54 to 55. It's directing to the other side of the road. Maybe if the Belisha Beacon were reinstated, people would stop parking on the restricted area and the zebra crossing itself. The lamppost outside Tesco has number 16 on it, the next one, outside the chemist has 15 so possibly the broken on is 14? No idea what the WB number would be. Kind regards Sue

The report's reference number is 5029027. Please quote this if you need to contact the council about this report.

RSS feed of updates to this problem Receive email when updates are left on this problem.

Updates

  • The Street Lighting Team aim to repair all faulty lighting within 20 working days, however, there may be some circumstances that this time for repairs is be extended. For example, if it is an electricity supply fault, this will be passed to the local electricity network operator to attend and rectify as we cannot work on their network, in these cases we will update you to let you know it is an electricity supply fault.

    We are experiencing a system issue at the moment which is stopping us from providing updates on lighting issues, please be assured all street lighting defects are being inspected and fixed but until we have resolved the updates issue you may see the light fixed without receiving any updates.

    We know that faulty lighting is very important to our residents, and we take all reported issues very seriously. In the latter part of 2023, we recruited night scouts to review all of the 40,000 lighting assets we maintain in Buckinghamshire, the information from this review and all customer reported issues are now being addressed and will be resolved as soon as possible.

    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 20:14, Sunday 11 February 2024

This report is now closed to updates from the public. You can make a new report in the same location.