Appendix A Highways Report – November 2022

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20/12/2022

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APPENDIX A HIGHWAYS REPORT NOVEMBER 2022

Street Doctor Headline

Two new street doctor reports raised during this period (Report No 122 & 123). The following remain open and continue to be monitored Boz 99 and 116.

The current position with the matters raised with NNC representative is as follows:

  • Traffic calming and 20mph speed limit along Harold Rd.

Request made to Ian Boyes to install, as per email; road markings and signs so described. No change. Contacted Ian Boyes on this matter who responded as follows: I confirm that I passed the orders for the “dragons teeth” road markings and upgraded yellow backed “School” signs to our Maintenance Team at the end of May.  I’m chasing this up and will get back to you as soon as I hear anything further.

 

  • On going works yet to be completed
  • Look to install yellow no parking lines at the corner of Allen Hill and Harrold Rd. To be added to next years install programme, we will need to mark up where we would like the intended no parking lines to be placed along Church Lane and Harrold Rd. Submission made, awaiting determination; this could take up to 18 months to complete. Awaiting determination. Again, this was raised at the Parish’s Council meeting and we have requested that this be done sooner than previously reported. No change during this period. Notification received 12th April 22 to install no parking double yellow lines. Yellow no parking lines installed at Camden Sq. and Warner St. No change.

 

  • Discussion with NCC Highways representative

Notes from meeting with Ben Wright held on the 13th October 2022

  1. The junction of Harrold Road and Church Lane/Allens Hill marked up for thermal repair work. Response from Highways: The Thermal Repairs will be added to our existing order that will be completed within the next 6 months. No change. Response from NNC: Will chase the team up, Thermal unit is quite busy at the moment as we come into the winter season so will allocate to this job as soon as practically possible.

 

  1. Harrold Radd and Dychurch Lane street signs to be replaced. Response from Highways: This issue has been referred to NNC who maintain street nameplates – I’ll report back any updates. Street signs have been replaced.
  2. NNC to review the roads in Bozeat before October this year for surface dressing; for inclusion in next year’s, 2022 programme of works. Highways have put the suggested sites forward to the team responsible for surface treatments and will have a programme around October-time. It must be noted that these sites aren’t guaranteed for inclusion in the programme and will be ranked alongside other recommended sites across North Northamptonshire.  Provide feed back on whether Bozeat roads are to be sealed. Response Still awaiting firm programme from the team responsible and will update as soon as I have confirmation. No change. Response from NNC: As an aside, I’ve been liaising with our design team to discuss the micro asphalt treatment programme for spring/summer 2023 and should be in a position to update you with where is likely to be targeted in Bozeat at our next meeting.
  3. Pavement areas along Abbey Close and the corner of Queen Street and Easton Lane have been identified for repair. Area at the corner of Easton Lane and Queen Street have been repaired. Response from NNC to Abbey Close: Works order has been raised to resurface the remaining sections of this footway within the next 6 months (likely sooner).
  4. Cracked Section of pavement along Harrold Road. is to be repaired. Response from NNC: Works order to be raised to repair within 6 months (likely sooner) – we’ll continue to monitor any slippage on our next meeting in January.
  5. St Marys Rd. Area of pavement, which has been dug up by contractor installing water pipe next to the old co-op, which is being converted into flats was discussed.  Highways to take the matter up internally;  Street Doctor report number is 3882511. Response from NNC: The team at NNC have sent a letter to the offending party with a further inspection due to take place from 14th
  6. Dag lane culvert pipe to be inspected and jetted to ensure it continues to functions correctly. Works order has been raised to ensure that the pipe is jetted within the next month.
  7. Roberts St. Carriageway thermal repair works to be undertaken early spring 2023. Yes – will re-inspect during next site meeting.
  8. As agreed I will send out a meeting invite for early January 23. Meeting invite sent out.