Nether Alderley Parish Council continues to receive regular complaints from residents of deep and dangerous pot holes which cause damage to vehicles and which could essentially endanger lives. Councillors noted that remedial repairs to potholes are temporary and often ineffective as they reappear within weeks. Following the Parish Council meeting in March a formal complaint was made to Cheshire East Highways.

Cheshire East Highways response: ‘Currently, we do have an ongoing programme aimed to tackle the unfortunate cases of repeat visits to the same locations. The locations you have provided will be added to the list which will be scoped and programmed in due course.’

The Chairman, Cllr. Jenny Shufflebottom, has invited John Tickle (Senior Highways Officer) on a site visit to Nether Alderley to highlight the problems local residents are having to cope with. Councillor George Walton (Ward Councillor) will also attend the meeting.

Residents are encouraged to report potholes at: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/highways or call 0300 123 5020 or use the app which can be downloaded onto your smartphone FixMyStreet

Please note, ‘Fix My Street’ app. provides a written and photograph template to record potholes which then passes the problem directly to the correct department at Cheshire East Highways Department. They are duty-bound to log and respond to any reports made.

 

 

 

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