At the last meeting residents complained about the state of roads in our area. St Helens Council have confirmed that the Highways Inspector is out every day and will raise work tickets for any actionable defects found. The Inspector will also carry out ad hoc inspections following any enquiries.

They have also informed that part of Garswood Road is listed as needing to be resurfaced and the following are listed as needing carriageway patches: Billinge Road at junction with Smock Lane; Billinge Road (126); Billinge Road (opp lighting column 20); Garswood Road (357); Leyland Green Road (21); Low Bank Road (at mini-roundabout) This area. in common with all areas on the other side of the railway line boundary, is not part of Seneley Green, it falls into Haydock Ward but any defects obviously affect our residents.

Should residents wish to report any further defects then please contact St Helens Council via their website reporting system on www.sthelens.gov.uk or call their Customer Service Hub on 01744 676789.

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