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Patch of road breaking up and becoming dangerous

Reported via mobile in the A pothole in road category anonymously at 21:18, Tuesday 26 March 2024

Sent to Gloucestershire County Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5770840.

On the left when driving to Horsley

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  • Thank you for reporting a pothole.

    First, a safety inspector will visit the location to assess whether a repair needs to be completed and plan the work needed. Works are prioritised based on the urgency of the situation. The council aim to repair all significant potholes (more than 4cm deep and 30cm wide) within 28 days.

    In some cases a temporary repair will be needed, to make the area safe, then engineers will return to make a permanent repair.

    We will provide updates about this report.

    On our website you can read about five key actions we’re taking to strengthen the county’s roads. Visit www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/highways/roads/potholes to find out more.

    Thank you again for taking the time to report this issue.

    Highways Customer Services Team,
    Gloucestershire Highways

    Posted by Gloucestershire County Council at 21:18, Tuesday 26 March 2024

  • This pothole report has now been passed to the Safety Inspection Team for assessment.

    A safety inspector will make an assessment of the work needed and they will consider a number of factors, including the flow of traffic and the size of the pothole.

    If repair work is required, the pothole will either be classed as urgent or will be put into a planned programme of works to ensure it is repaired as efficiently as possible. We aim to complete the repair work within 28 days.

    In some cases a temporary repair will be needed, to make the area safe, then engineers will return to make a permanent repair.

    An update on the outcome of the safety inspection will be provided.

    On our website you can read about five key actions we’re taking to strengthen the county’s roads by visiting www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/highways/roads/potholes.

    Thank you,
    Highways Customer Services Team,
    Gloucestershire Highways

    State changed to: Investigating

    Posted by Gloucestershire County Council at 19:05, Wednesday 27 March 2024

  • Work to repair this pothole has been planned. Work is usually completed within 28 days or sooner.

    In some cases a temporary repair will be needed, to make the area safe, then engineers will return to make a permanent repair.

    We will let you know when the work is complete.

    On our website you can read about five key actions we’re taking to strengthen the county’s roads by visiting www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/highways/roads/potholes

    Thank you,

    Highways Customer Services Team,
    Gloucestershire Highways

    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by Gloucestershire County Council at 14:03, Thursday 28 March 2024

  • I am pleased to inform you this pothole has been repaired.

    Gloucestershire County Council is responsible for almost 6,000km of roads and each one is routinely inspected (on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis, depending on the type of road). Issues can develop quickly in between these inspections and residents help by reporting problems online.

    Our longer term plans to improve road conditions include patching, resurfacing and maintenance works, information can be found online at www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/highways.

    Thank you,
    Highways Customer Services Team,
    Gloucestershire Highways

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Gloucestershire County Council at 11:04, Tuesday 2 April 2024

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