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Ingham lane junction with A15
Reported via mobile in the Standing water covering more than half the road category anonymously at 20:10, Thu 27 October 2022
Sent to Lincolnshire County Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 434989.
Today the road was completely flooded close to the junction and braking area approaching the give way on to the A15. I use this road regularly and have notice the gullies are blocked with silt. These gullies need cleaning and the drains need cleaning to stop this flooding. I travelled the same road some hours later this morning and the road was still flooded.
Thanks for letting us know about your issue with standing water covering more than half the road. We will look into this and let you know what we find within the next 14 days. You can find out more about flooding and drainage on our website
Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 20:10, Thu 27 October 2022
Progress! We’ve completed our investigation and works are now planned. Once we know when work is due to take place we will let you know.
State changed to: In progress
Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 15:43, Mon 31 October 2022
We have an update. Our highways team have issued this work out to one of their delivery gangs. We’ll let you know when the job is complete.
State changed to: Action scheduled
Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 14:58, Wed 2 November 2022
This problem is still not fixed, I took photo at approx 9:30 this morning and on my return at about 1:30 pm the water was nearly all the way across the road. Please sort this out before there is an accident at this junction. The photo shows the gully is not draining and either gully or the pipework is blocked or both.
Posted anonymously at 15:13, Thu 22 December 2022
Still not fixed and the road at the junction continues to flood, and you have not provided me with an update since my last comments. As the flooding is in the braking zone of vehicles approaching the A15 this is a hazard that needs addressing sooner rather than later. Surely it should be prioritised for urgent attention.
Posted by Paul Guy Fisher at 14:36, Sunday 8 January 2023
Provide an update