WADING THROUGH THE ISSUES I reported the issue of the footway between Bartram R…
WADING THROUGH THE ISSUES
I reported the issue of the footway between Bartram Road, Eling and Eling recreation ground some time ago, but it seems another classic example of things falling between two stools.
Totton & Eling Town Council have told me that they aren't responsible for maintaining this footway, which regularly floods following periods of prolonged rain fall. They tell me that it is a matter for Hampshire County Council.
Of course, I have reported the issue (and sent a photograph) to Hampshire County Council. Unfortunately, the online reporting system suggests that it isn't HCC land.
I just have to hope that the system doesn't cope well with online reporting of recreation ground access footways and then one, or other, authority will take responsibility for fixing the problem.
It is used by a lot of school children and parents!
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