There has been a problem with a loose kerbstone for some months (if not years). I reported this as a problem some time ago & the kerbstone was cemented in, only to soon become loose again. This morning it has just been cemented in again - but this will not fix the problem. The problem is that the loose kerbstone, together with the one adjoining it, need to be lowered, so they are at ground level, as are other end-of-driveway kerbstones. This does represent a danger as there's a risk that the misplaced kerbstone will hit the underside of a car as it's driven over.
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Posted by Cheshire East Council at 13:03, Thursday 12 January 2023
State changed to: In progress
Updated by Cheshire East Council at 14:18, Thursday 12 January 2023