A woman has slammed the council for failing to repair an “abysmal” road for eleven months.

Missi Robbo criticised Bucks Council for failure to fix a severely potholed area on the Shipton Lee and Lawn Hill road between Quainton and Edgcott (Aylesbury Vale), for almost a year.

She claimed to have reported the matter many times with no result.

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Ms Robbo also said Transport for Bucks (TfB) had visited the area but found “no defects”.

She said the condition of the road, leading to wedding venue Oak Tree Farm, is “abysmal”.

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“This is the Shipton Lee/Lawn Hill road that runs between Quainton to Edgcott,” said Ms Robbo.

“I report this once a week and have done for the last eleven months. Nothing ever gets done.

“The road is abysmal.”

Tweeting Bucks Council she wrote: “Come out of your swanky office and see the state of our roads.

“In fact, I’ll help you out – here’s a picture.

“Bucks Transport state this has been inspected and no defects found.”

Cllr Steven Broadbent, Cabinet Member for Transport said: "We recognise the poor condition of Lawn Hill Road and have consequently classed and signed it as a 'failed road'.

"It is a HS2 haul road, meaning it suffers from HGV traffic, which – as an evolved rural road – it was never designed for. However, we aim to keep the road in a safe condition through regular inspections and ongoing maintenance until a more extensive renovation scheme can be delivered.

"Further temporary works are being planned, and we are hoping to prioritise funding in the next financial year, including any contribution we may be able to secure from HS2, to undertake permanent repairs."

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