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Unable to inspect feeder pillar (cabinet) because of tree growth

Reported via desktop in the Restricted Visibility / Overgrown / Overhanging category anonymously at 10:29, Thursday 30 May 2024

Sent to North Northamptonshire Council less than a minute later. ref: 6038317.

Unable to inspect feeder pillar (cabinet). because of tree growth. Please can you arrange for the trees to be trimmed backed thoroughly so that we can get access to the feeder pillar

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  • Thank you for reporting a fault. Officers will now investigate the concerns and this may take up to 5 working days. If you believe that your concerns are an emergency (such as flooding, highway obstructions fallen trees), please call 0300 126 3000, Monday to Friday (9.00 to 17.00). Outside these hours, please call 01604 651074.

    Posted by North Northamptonshire Council at 10:29, Thursday 30 May 2024

  • Thank you for reporting a fault. Officers will now investigate the concerns and this may take up to 5 working days. If you believe that your concerns are urgent then please phone us.

    State changed to: Investigating

    Posted by North Northamptonshire Council at 10:29, Thursday 30 May 2024

  • Investigation: Ongoing (Duplicate) - This area will be cut within 28 days.
    For more information about our services, please visit https://www.northnorthants.gov.uk/ parking-roads-and-transport
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    Posted by North Northamptonshire Council at 10:16, Thursday 6 June 2024

  • This is the location of the cabinet

    Posted by West Northamptonshire Council at 13:47, Friday 28 June 2024

  • Thank you for providing an update. Officers will now investigate the concerns and this may take up to 5 working days. If you believe that your concerns are urgent then please phone us.

    Posted by North Northamptonshire Council at 13:47, Friday 28 June 2024

  • Investigation: Completed (Duplicate), Defect Repair: Not Started - Thank you for your enquiry. A qualified Highways Inspector has assessed the location and we can confirm that in accordance with the NNC Highways Inspection Manual, the defect meets the requirement for a Priority 3 repair. We will schedule a repair to be completed within 28 days. Our current average response time for a Priority 3 repair is 24.6 days.

    Posted by North Northamptonshire Council at 08:34, Tuesday

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