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Concrete bollard knocked over by builder's van

Reported via desktop in the Pavement Defect category anonymously at 09:37, Thursday 22 September 2022

Sent to Bromley Council less than a minute later

A concrete bollard on the pavement outside the entrance to the flat at 31 Mottingham Road has been partially knocked over. This happened just after 7.30am on 21 September. The bollard was knocked over by a van with the registration YT16 UUN from the company J&M Structural Engineering. I saw the 2 men get out of the van and look at the damage, but they must have then just driven off as the bollard is still knocked over.

I saw the same van again this morning (this time parked illegally on the other side of the road at the entrance to the Lidl building site) and the men entered the building site.

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  • Thank you for your report, this is now being investigated. Information on our services and the timeframes we aim to respond in can be found: http://www.bromley.gov.uk/ fixservices

    State changed to: In progress

    Posted by Bromley Council at 09:37, Thursday 22 September 2022

  • Our contractor has been notified to take the appropriate action.

    Posted by Bromley Council at 10:53, Thursday 22 September 2022

  • I checked the registration of the van on gov.uk and the vehicle is currently untaxed and failed it's last MOT

    Posted anonymously at 21:21, Thursday 22 September 2022

  • Thank you for your update.

    The order for this repair has been raised with the Council’s contractor and remains outstanding within their planned schedule of works.

    Please continue to bear with us. We anticipate an early resolution to this report from this point in time.

    Posted by Bromley Council at 10:23, Wednesday 28 September 2022

  • I’m another user but was about to report then saw this listing already made. To update, still waiting on the repair as shown in picture.

    Posted anonymously at 07:34, Saturday 8 October 2022

  • Appropriate action has been taken to resolve the issue.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Bromley Council at 10:53, Tuesday 11 October 2022

  • This has been knocked over again. Fully this time. Probably by another lorry entering the Lidl building site.

    State changed to: Open

    Posted anonymously at 16:48, Thursday 13 October 2022

  • We ask that new and separate occurrences of issues are logged as new reports to avoid conflicting information or updates and ensure the information is passed promptly to our teams and contractors. Please log the issue via https://fix.bromley.gov.uk as a new report using the map marker and description to detail where the issue is located. Please note that if the location you wish to mark is already occupied by a pin, you can hide the map pins via the button in the bottom left or you can click a nearby free section of the map to drop your green reporting pin so that all other yellow pins indicating existing reports disappear, you can then click and drag your green pin to the correct location and continue submitting your report.

    State changed to: Closed

    Posted by Bromley Council at 16:11, Friday 14 October 2022

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