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Reported in the Roads/highways category anonymously at 15:29, Saturday 6 July 2019

Sent to Royal Borough of Greenwich 1 minute later

The road maintenance people have left a pile of slabs in the road at this location. this is dangerous as cars are seeing them at the last minute and swerving to avoid them. This is outside of No 2 Crathie Road SE12..

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  • Automatically marked as "in progress" by Royal Borough of Greenwich

    State changed to: In progress

    Posted by Royal Borough of Greenwich at 15:31, Saturday 6 July 2019

  • I am the Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator for Crathie Road & am appalled that this pile of old paving slabs & earth excavated when the pavement was re-paved has been left outside number 2 Crathie Road. I would have hoped the workmen would have taken this away when they did the paving job, but it is still here almost 2 weeks later. This is not just a health issue, but a safety one, as we have a number of elderly residents who could trip on this waste. Additionally cars are having to park precariously to avoid it. I understand we pay for highway maintenance as part of our council tax, so the residents would appreciate if this could be removed as a matter of urgency.

    Posted anonymously at 15:51, Tuesday 16 July 2019

  • This has been passed to our highways department

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Royal Borough of Greenwich at 16:59, Tuesday 16 July 2019

  • Now someone has dumped a large fridge freezer on the other side of the road. This is what happens when the council allows ONE lot of dumping. Other people think that they can continue it.... Why don't you just clean it up in good time to prevent further problems?

    Posted anonymously at 08:30, Wednesday 17 July 2019

  • We haven't allowed dumping,

    The contractors left the rubble awaiting collection from the specialist lifting vehicle

    The fridge will be collected within 24 hours

    Posted by Royal Borough of Greenwich at 05:39, Thursday 18 July 2019

  • You didn't need "specialist lifting" equipment when you put it there. It was done piece by piece with a shovel. Get "shovel" person to return with a pickup truck and shovel it up. This menace is unlit at night. That's against Health and Safety regulations...All hazzards MUST be lit at night when in a road. There's another pile in Horn Park Lane left by the same idiots.

    Posted anonymously at 08:03, Thursday 18 July 2019

  • This is appalling and dangerous as there are no cones to indicate an obstruction, it's only a matter of time before someone gets hurt.

    Posted anonymously at 09:14, Friday 19 July 2019

  • The problem was partially fixed but the roadway was not clean of all the debris. The job was HALF done. I don't know if it was ever completely cleared away. Maybe several vehicles ran over the rest or a member of the public cleared it up. Either way Greenwich council didn't give a damn!

    State changed to: Open

    Posted anonymously at 16:29, Saturday 3 August 2019

  • Automatically marked as "in progress" by Royal Borough of Greenwich

    State changed to: In progress

    Posted by Royal Borough of Greenwich at 18:30, Saturday 3 August 2019

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