Hazard #128875

DateEventByComments
27 Apr 2016 - 08:10AddedReporter
27 Apr 2016 - 08:20ReportedCTC
3 May 2016 - 12:54FixedHighway authorityHighway authority reference changed to: 2133801
Inspected by DCO 27/04/16. No defects that meet the intervention level. Will monitor via the routine scheduled safety inspections
10 Jan 2018 - 20:17Report againReporterThe small potholes have never had any repair done to them.
The large pothole was part filled, but this repair has crumbled away and the pothole is back again.
10 Jan 2018 - 20:18CommentReporterThe large pothole is visible on Streetview
10 Jan 2018 - 20:30ReportedCTC
11 Jan 2018 - 14:13UpdateHighway authorityHighway authority reference changed to: 2133801 and 2140160
12 Jan 2018 - 11:31FixedHighway authorityPlanned fix date changed to: 2018-01-12
I attended site 12/1/18 and observed that repairs have been made and that their are no actionable defects present at this point in time, situation will be monitored by our highway safety inspectors during the course of their routine inspections and in the event of any actionable defects arising, they will be recorded for repair, I also observe that the road has already been submitted as a bid for a future surfacing scheme.
27 Jun 2018 - 07:55NotfixedReporterThe previous repair to the largest of the potholes failed several months ago.
The remaining potholes, cracks and poor surface have still had no repairs undertaken.
27 Jun 2018 - 08:30ReportedCTC
27 Jun 2018 - 10:30UpdateHighway authorityHighway authority reference changed to: GS Reopened 2142345 2133801 and 2140160
3 Jul 2018 - 09:32In progressHighway authorityattended site 2/7/18 and walked Wrexham Road, between the junction with the A483 and the Grosvenor Garden Centre, I observed the section of carriageway that is rutting, which will be looked at by Horizons, along with all the roads within the Cheshire West and Chester Council adopted highways and considered for possible resurfacing, in the meanwhile Wrexham Road will continue to be monitored by our highway safety inspectors during the course of their routine safety inspections and any priority defects arising will be recorded for repair in order to keep the road safe, on my inspection today I recorded a priority pothole, 55mm deep, roughly 50m from the junction of Rake Lane, I also observed two other lower priority potholes, measuring 40mm deep, near the property called The Grange, which I also raised to be repaired, the repaired pothole mentioned in the enquiry is only a temporary repaired pothole and a permanent job was raised at the time of the temporary repair to be permanently repaired at a later date.
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