Damaged Loading Bay Area
Reported via desktop anonymously at 08:53, Tue 7 December 2021
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council and Vale of White Horse District Council less than a minute later
The Tesco store Loading Bay area has been damaged for months. Potholes, sandbags, safety fences and cones make it unsightly and a hazard to pedestrians plus the cones regularly end up in the brook. It is long overdue being fixed.
Council ref: ENQ21911542
Thank you for your enquiry. This issue has been passed onto the relevant team for investigation.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 08:53, Tue 7 December 2021
Photo of damage now attached
Posted anonymously at 06:52, Fri 10 December 2021
I reported it over a year ago and it has been consistently ignored. I note all the comments and various reports above. Barriers and cones that were there have been kicked over dumped and have now disappeared!!! The small off loading bay IS FAR TOO SMALL for Tesco and other lorries. A stupid line has been painted on road marked for lorries which takes no account of size of space as lorries are much longer. Lorries previously gouged a hole in the path which was not very well repaired but as children had to walk over that part to get to school it hsd to be done as it would have otherwise been a safety hazard. The broken kerbs, disgusting dirty oily water and damaged road are a disgrace. Merely mending is not enough, space needs redesigning a drain is needed to stop the water that always lays there, if the space is not suitable for articulated vehicles then they should be banned and smaller delivery vehicles should be used. Some action and overview of the problem is needed.
Posted anonymously at 17:55, Friday 18 February 2022
This problem has been reported a number of times, and still nothing has been done. The water is oily dirty and would be curb deep if they weren't all broken. Many children pass by on their way to school, the matter needs investigating, surveying IT IS NOT FIT FOR THE PURPOSE OF LARGE DELIVERY LORRIES.
Posted anonymously at 15:34, Tuesday 1 March 2022
Work has been programmed for 28th March- 6th April.
State changed to: No further action
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 15:28, Thursday 17 March 2022
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