Following the recent resurfacing of Brook Lane residents have raised concerns over the number of drains which have been left blocked with asphalt or covered over with tarmac.
One resident said "They appeared to have been over zealous on Brook Lane recently with the majority of the drains disappearing or blocked with asphalt.
"A few but not all of the buried have been re-found and ear marked with white chalk for exhumation. Let's hope they can fix it before the heavens open."
Councillor Craig Browne has raised the issue with Cheshire East Highways who are going to pass the information onto the capital delivery team, who will come back and uncover the marked drains.
He said "Generally speaking, I think the team have done a really good job with the resurfacing and relining, so I'm sure they will deal with any minor snagging issues in the same way.
"They will be coming back in the autumn (probably late September/early October) to install the junction protection restrictions at Oakhurst Chase, so I would imagine they will do both jobs whilst they are on site."
He added "If residents are aware of any other snagging issues resulting from the work on Brook Lane, perhaps they could leave a comment or contact me directly to let me know the exact location.
Updated: Tuesday, 29th August - A spokesperson for Cheshire East Council said: "Brook Lane has benefitted from surface treatment and when that treatment is complete, we will then raise the level of any ironwork on the road, such as gullies.
"It is normal practice to raise ironwork after the application of surface treatment to ensure that an even spread of material is achieved. Work to raise ironwork on Brook Lane is programmed for completion by the end of next week. We try to coordinate this work with replacement of the road markings, where possible to minimise disruption to road users and local residents."