Council to investigate flooding trouble spot

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Cheshire East Council has confirmed it will being investigating the flooding issue on Alderley Road this weekend, which occurs each time there is heavy rain.

The main road into Wilmslow was flooded again at the weekend, for the twelfth time since last July.

Alderley Road will be closed from Harden Park Roundabout to Fulshaw Cross Roundabout on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd February from 8am to 5pm whilst Cheshire East Highways carries out a drainage investigation.

Pedestrian access to any premises situated within the temporary closure will be maintained at all times whilst cyclists will be required to dismount.

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Alderley Road, Cheshire East Council, Road Closures
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Roy West
Thursday 20th February 2020 at 3:47 pm
A review of all regularly flooded areas by the council is long overdue. It is strange that we have only recently seen evidence of gully cleaning vehicles in the district after years of neglect.
John Hardman
Friday 21st February 2020 at 6:44 am
Thank goodness, road flooding is being investigated. Let’s hope they look at Castle Hill, opposite Greendale Lane.
Slightest downpour and water fills the dip .
20 metres long x 15 meters wide and a foot deep. Not enough grids, no Kerbstones .
It’s dangerous as vehicles speed down the road towards Prestbury and realise what’s there.
Let’s hope this along with all the other flood points get sorted out. Fed up of short term sticking plaster fixes.
David Carey
Friday 21st February 2020 at 4:39 pm
The report says it all, twelfth time since last July, took a while then to check?
Tony Haluradivth
Sunday 23rd February 2020 at 10:18 pm
Nobody there today from CEC ..road still floided and crazy diversion in place after 5.00pm. Well done CEC porky pies again??

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