First gully on left side of Cliff Road (heading downwards)
Reported via desktop in the Gully/Drainage category anonymously at 10:00, Tuesday 17 January 2023
Sent to Cheshire East Council less than a minute later.
Council ref: 4139419.
This gully is not blocked but acts as a spring with water coming up from below. This water then creates a river that runs down the steep hill that is Cliff Road. The water tends to fan out to create a thin film of running water on the road surface which is potentially a serious hazard in freezing conditions and must be damaging to the road surface that was only renewed recently. A gully slightly further down the road appears to be doing a similar thing. This issue continues long after any rain has fallen.
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Posted by Cheshire East Council at 10:00, Tuesday 17 January 2023
State changed to: No further action
Updated by Cheshire East Council at 13:25, Monday 6 February 2023