Flooding on Trinity Avenue - between Stanhope Road / Balfour Road, Northampton (NN2 6JN
Reported via desktop in the Blocked - flooding road/path category anonymously at 10:07, Fri 23 September 2022
Sent to Northamptonshire Highways less than a minute later. ref: 3843230.
Flooding on Trinity Avenue - between Stanhope Road / Balfour Road, Northampton (NN2 6JN) - ongoing issue. Blocked drains and gullys are causing flooding to the road - never been cleaned. Worse especially during periods when there is a bit of rain. Water is over kerb level. Footpath inpassable for up to 10 metres because of the water flooding road and footpath - sprays water on anyone passing by too.
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State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Northamptonshire Highways at 10:07, Fri 23 September 2022
Wet slippy leaf mulch left following and causing the flooding. Last reported via West Northants Council on 07/09/22 with a resolution date of 14/09/22 but no action taken yet, ref REP126538.
Posted anonymously at 08:55, Mon 26 September 2022
Posted anonymously at 08:57, Mon 26 September 2022
Investigation: Completed (Defect Found), Defect Repair: Not Started - Thank you for your enquiry and for bringing this matter to our attention, regarding the condition of the drains in this section of Trinity Avenue. We are pleased to confirm that the problem you have indicated in this location, has a work order to investigate, clean and test the gully. This should hopefully be completed within 24 hours’ time. We have reported the mud and leaves debris to the environmental team, at West Northamptonshire Council, as it is their responsibility to carry out maintenance of this kind.
Posted by Northamptonshire Highways at 11:44, Mon 26 September 2022
Your update today refers to "gully" but this affects more then one gully on both sides of the road.
Posted anonymously at 12:12, Mon 26 September 2022
Investigation: Completed (Defect Found), Defect Repair: Ongoing
State changed to: In progress
Posted by Northamptonshire Highways at 12:26, Mon 26 September 2022
Reported and drains are still blocked. Street cleaning is required for leaves from trees to prevent flooding. Ignored year after year.
Posted anonymously at 12:47, Tue 18 October 2022
This was reported by myself also - the access for disabled is appalling as you can see from the pictures the road floods and I had to take my sons wheelchair in the middle of the road to go to school - it isnt just the drains some smart Alec decided it was a good idea to plant trees all down the other side so whenever there was work done blocking the side with the new flats again we had to use the road as the trees overtake the path - even during flooding we can’t just cross the road and use the other side
Posted anonymously at 22:02, Thu 10 November 2022
The council have failed to respond to any report of litter here of the leaf build up that will be assisting in blocking the drains and causing the flooding.
Posted anonymously at 08:12, Fri 11 November 2022
Still flooding on both sides when it rains. Recently both footpaths were flooded and impassable with all pedestrians including kids on the way to school having to walk in the road around parked cars. Council are now saying they aim to clear leaves/mulch by 13/12/22. Let's see if that happens and how adequately they do it given their appalling record. Gullies further up street blocked too.
Posted anonymously at 14:57, Tue 6 December 2022
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