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Footpath blocked by flooding from laybye

Reported in the Obstruction (Not Vegetation) category by Martyn HALL at 16:14, Thursday 7 November 2019

Sent to Northamptonshire County Council 8 minutes later. ref: 1836586.

The laybye is flooded, this includes the public footpath that runs through the length of the laybye. This is effectively cutting off the route for pedestrians into and out of Deanshanger.

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  • Thank you for reporting a fault. We will use the information you have provided to assess and prioritise this fault in accordance with our published response times for fault reports.

    State changed to: Investigating

    Posted by Northamptonshire County Council at 16:21, Thursday 7 November 2019

  • Thank you for your enquiry. Are out of hours team attended yesterday 7/11/19 and contacted drainline to attend to check and clean gullies.

    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by Northamptonshire County Council at 09:27, Friday 8 November 2019

  • This is now causing a back up which could lead to houses being flooded

    Posted anonymously at 14:46, Monday 11 November 2019

  • The water levels still high in front of houses due to blocked drain in layby. As you can see houses are not to far away and water is above drains and not clearing.

    Posted anonymously at 18:30, Thursday 14 November 2019

  • This area is still flooded thereby forcing pedestrians onto road or uneven grass island. It is a serious and on going hazard for visually or mobility impaired pedestrians. As main pedestrian route in/out of village remedy is urgent and necessary before someone is injured in this area.

    Posted anonymously at 13:36, Thursday 21 November 2019

  • The highway is still flooded, it appears someone has dug a channel from the footpath to a ditch running along the school playing field but the level is not lowering, possibly due to the old canal overflow pipe running under the housing estate into the flooded area. I have see a number of vehicles drive into the floods which could cause serious problems to engines, i appreciate drives should look first but there is no warning either! This has been outstanding for far too long now.

    Posted by Martyn HALL at 17:28, Saturday 23 November 2019

  • I am a resident in Roman View and have contacted REDROW HOMES as the overflow ditch next to homes is full and is a flood risk, they sent a Senior Quality surveyor out to site and I was emailed this update today... Following our Senior QS attending, we have been advised of the following: I noted the balancing pond on site has water raised high near to the top of the head walls before the hydrobrake. The downstream highway ditch which is adjacent to the balancing pond is full also. Downstream of this the highway ditch that runs around the side to the Elizabeth Woodville School field is also full. The ditch around the school field can do with a clearance likewise so can the highway ditch. They both look like they have not been cleared for sometime. The balancing ponds looks to be clear its backing up because it is being held back by the downstream offsite ditches. Once these are clear the pond should clear. The Levels of the plots on site are such Stratford Road is lower than the site and the drainage flow path in an extreme event will have water discharging into Stratford Road and the school field before it backs up to any plots on site. The Highway Street Doctor should be contacted and advised that there diched need cleared. Unfortunately I do not know who is responsible for the ditch around the school field.

    I will continue to chase up and find out who is responsible for school field ditch Thanks Everyone

    Posted anonymously at 16:50, Tuesday 26 November 2019

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