Opposite dwellings A15 north of Holdingham roundabout, all of the verge has gone leaving a deep difference in roadside levels
Reported via mobile in the Other road surface issue category anonymously at 07:20, Wed 8 November 2023
Sent to Lincolnshire County Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 478077.
Since the floods, a wide roadside verge and soil completely taken away by vehicles mounting the footpath/cycle path during them. At the mouth of the Sustrans path, there is still mud on that and the main footpath, used by many school children and cyclists .
Thanks for letting us know about a road surface issue. We will look into this and let you know what we find within the next 14 days. You can find out more about roads maintenance on our website
Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 07:20, Wed 8 November 2023
Great news, we’ve had a look at the issue and we have now passed to our Highways Officers for the team to assess what can be done to resolve the matter. We’ll let you know when the assessment has taken place.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 09:59, Wed 8 November 2023
North Kesteven District Council is responsible for this issue as they are the street cleansing authority and they are assisting us with clear ups following Storm Babet. We have reported this to them on your behalf and asked them to investigate. Please contact them directly at https://www.n-kesteven.gov.uk/ your-council/ council-offices-and-contact-details/ contact-the-main-office/ if you require any further information. Thank you for reporting this matter.
State changed to: not the council's responsibility
Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 08:54, Mon 13 November 2023
NKDC May be responsible for street cleaning, but sure not reinstating surfaces abutting the highway?
State changed to: Open
Posted anonymously at 09:10, Mon 13 November 2023
To clarify All soil/mid due to the storm has covered the pathway and cycle pathway towards Holdingham I can’t get my buggy over it and have to go the less muddy pathway which is the cycle pathway to take you over the bridge near Holdingham grange
Theirs also a tree come down where the small path towards SLEAFORD road is
Posted anonymously at 18:57, Sun 19 November 2023
The footpath/cyclepath Leasingham to Holdingham where it joins and leaves the A15 is still covered in a thick layer of mud from the previous storm. It is more dangerous now because of all the leaves on top which get very wet and slippery, and now icy. On the bends the path has almost disappeared and is a danger to all pedestrians, cyclists, joggers and children going to school.
Posted anonymously at 09:24, Fri 1 December 2023
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