Whilst it is not council policy to repair any unadopted road
, the council considered that there were extenuating circumstances in this particular case.
Q What are unadopted roads
, and should I avoid buying a house on one?
The well is thought to have been built hundreds of years ago as a water source for gardens when the now unadopted road
was home to a number of allotments.
A spokesman for Warwickshire County Council said it was being done as a goodwill gesture and did not mean the authority had taken on responsibility for the unadopted road
, which it had previously said lies with residents.
The Tesco parking spaces are either side of unadopted road
Princess Street, However, the street also provides access to other businesses and flats which have their own parking spaces.
Witnesses reported seeing the two vehicles travelling "very fast" along Drury Lane before Mr Limbert, of Queensferry, veered off on to an unadopted road
Labour leader Coun Nick Forbes said: "Between 2000 and 2003, it was agreed that the city council would take responsibility for one unadopted road
every 12 months.
The bust-up centres on an unadopted road
in Great Barr that furious residents claim is a "potential death trap".
It took nine weeks to convince them that I lived in an unadopted road
and a month to convince the legal department that a wooden fence was not a brick wall.
A spokesperson for Kirklees Council said: "Longley Court is an unadopted road
and as such the land does not belong to the council.
Labour in Newcastle has said that it wants the condition of every unadopted road
in Newcastle to be improved and claimed by the Newcastle City Council.
Then in January 2003 she spoke out over the state of the unadopted road
leading to Prospect Place.