New ‘Hold Amey To Account’ Online Form

A new online form has been launched to make it easier for residents to submit complaints about Amey.

If you experience or see any of the following please use this form.

  • Issues with “temporary” Amey barriers;
  • Dangerous temporary footpaths;
  • Holes in pavements or verges;
  • Street lights not working or dark areas at night;
  • Shoddy resurfacing work on roads or pavements;
  • Old road or pavement surfaces in a particularly poor state of disrepair;
  • Issues with replacement trees;
  • Issues with road closure notifications;
  • etc…

For more information see the Sheffield Residents Holding Amey To Account site.

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