CONCERNS have been raised over a road which is prone to regular flooding.
Alan Taylor, 51, of Stapenhill Road, said clogged drains on the road cause sever flooding following a heavy downpour.
The aviation consultant, who has lived in Stapenhill Road for seven years, said the resulting puddles make it dangerous for drivers as they force motorists into the middle of the carriageway.
He said: “It could cause an accident because people have to pull out in the middle of the road to avoid the puddle.
“Last year where the drain floods it was so sever it lifted a manhole cover out of position.”
Simon Tagg, Staffordshire County Council’s cabinet member for transport and, said drains and gullies on the road are inspected and cleaned on a regular basis.
He said: “The gullies in this road were inspected at the end of last summer and further maintenance is due to be carried out in the next few weeks.”