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Junction of Thornbrook Way off Saltline Way

Reported via desktop in the Conditions of Signs category anonymously at 16:49, Sun 12 November 2023

Sent to Cheshire East Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 5202402.

Could you look into improving the signage at the Thornbrook Way junction of Salt Line Way in order to prevent HGVs from inadvertently driving on to our residential housing estate. They are a persistent nuisance and cause a lot of damage to the roundabout on Thornbrook Way (See photographs). The existing sign for the industrial areas is small, poorly positioned and dirty. Could "No HGVs (except for access)" signs be placed at the entrance to the estate? I appreciate that signs are incredibly expensive, but HGVs, particularly the larger articulated lorries, have been damaging the roundabout on Thornbrook Way since this estate was build. Also, could the current damage to the roundabout on Thornbrook Way be rectified?

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  • Thank you for contacting Cheshire East Highways. We have logged your enquiry and passed it to a member of our team.

    Our teams are working hard to manage and respond to reports from members of the public.

    We are experiencing a high volume of enquiries and we will be prioritising those issues that present most risk to the travelling public. While we normally aim to provide you with a response within 20 working days, response times for all other reported issues may take longer than usual.

    Thank you for your patience.

    Posted by Cheshire East Council at 16:49, Sun 12 November 2023

  • State changed to: In progress

    Updated by Cheshire East Council at 15:54, Tue 28 November 2023

  • Thank you for contacting Cheshire East Highways. We have logged your enquiry and passed it to a member of our team.

    Our teams are working hard to manage and respond to reports from members of the public.

    We are experiencing a high volume of enquiries and we will be prioritising those issues that present most risk to the travelling public. While we normally aim to provide you with a response within 20 working days, response times for all other reported issues may take longer than usual.

    Thank you for your patience.

    State changed to: Open

    Posted by Cheshire East Council at 16:32, Tue 28 November 2023

  • State changed to: In progress

    Updated by Cheshire East Council at 15:36, Wed 29 November 2023

  • Thank you for contacting Cheshire East Highways. We have logged your enquiry and passed it to a member of our team.

    Our teams are working hard to manage and respond to reports from members of the public.

    We are experiencing a high volume of enquiries and we will be prioritising those issues that present most risk to the travelling public. While we normally aim to provide you with a response within 20 working days, response times for all other reported issues may take longer than usual.

    Thank you for your patience.

    State changed to: Open

    Posted by Cheshire East Council at 15:37, Wed 29 November 2023

  • We deal with defects based on the level of immediate risk. We have assessed the issue and it does not present an immediate risk to highway users at this time. As the problem you have reported is not causing an immediate safety issue we will now look at the best long- term approach for this location. We keep all roads and highway assets safe through our routine inspections. If anything is identified as a risk during a future inspection, we will take action to deal with it as appropriate.

    State changed to: No further action

    Posted by Cheshire East Council at 09:43, Thu 30 November 2023

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