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A little on the Terrick roundabout side of Nash Lee Road

Reported via desktop in the Manhole cover broken/missing category anonymously at 15:35, Friday 17 May 2024

Sent to Buckinghamshire Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5987358.

It is a double drain (?) inspection cover, one half is not sitting properly in its frame and moves and rattles when vehicles drive over it There may be a risk that it actually becomes dislodged and flies off as it is getting steadily looser in its seating

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  • Almost all manhole covers have some form of identification on them, and it is likely that the manhole cover is owned by a utility company, who are legally responsible for maintaining it.

    This report has been passed to the Highway Officer, who will carry out an inspection within the next 10 working days and if it is found to be the responsibility of Buckinghamshire Highways we will take the appropriate action. If, however, it is found to be the responsibility of the utility company we will report the issue to them, but please note we have no control regarding how long it will take to be fixed by the utility company.

    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 15:35, Friday 17 May 2024

  • Update


    Buckinghamshire Highways operates two methods for safety defect identification; proactively by Highway Inspectors who identify safety defects in line with Highways Safety Inspection Policy and reactively by Highway Officers following reports from the public.

    We are responsible for the maintenance of 2,200 miles of road and 1,500 miles of footpaths in Buckinghamshire, this means we have to prioritise works based on a set criteria which includes issues which may present an immediate danger, or significant inconvenience to users of the roads/footpaths, or to the structural condition of the highway and assets contained with the highway boundary.

    Whilst priority defects will receive a repair within appropriate timescales as dictated by the above policy, more minor defects such as the defect you have reported may not be immediately scheduled for repair.

    State changed to: No further action

    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 10:31, Wednesday 10 July 2024

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