Clusters of stones from the curb side to the middle of the road
Reported via desktop in the Street cleaning and litter category anonymously at 13:22, Thursday 4 August 2022
Sent to London Borough of Bexley less than a minute later. Report ref: 3730596.
On 27th July @10:02 a Bexley council vehicle entered Coton Road from Edmund road which is a no entry. The vehicle continued towards Upper Wickham Lane supposedly cleaning the curbs with its rotating brushes. All it has done is clustered a piles of stones that are scattered up and down the road. These stones are being flicked up by cars driving down the road and are hitting residence vehicles parked in the road.
State changed to: In progress
Updated by London Borough of Bexley at 14:31, Thursday 4 August 2022
Council have turned up and cleared a few piles of stones, bloke with a broom swept some stones from the curb and a machine picked them up, but what is the point of just sweeping a couple of piles up and leaving the rest! . There are still stones scattered next to the green car and behind it where the disabled bay is next to number 7 Coton Road. All he had to do is sweep them out!! So frustrating it hasn’t been completed properly!
State changed to: Open
Posted anonymously by a non-staff user at 14:31, Thursday 4 August 2022
This case is currently being investigated.
Further updates will follow.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by London Borough of Bexley at 08:24, Friday 5 August 2022
The reported issue requires further evidence or investigation, and as such will be monitored by our Highways Technicians.
A re-inspection has been scheduled for a future date, which will determine if any action will be undertaken.
Thank you for reporting this matter.
State changed to: Action scheduled
Posted by London Borough of Bexley at 14:28, Friday 12 August 2022
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