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Opposite 'The Pines' developemnt

Reported in the Road surface category anonymously at 12:56, Thursday 12 July 2018

Received by Buckinghamshire County Council moments later

About a month ago a trench was dug across the road to provide utilities to the new Pines Development. The refilled trench is already starting to develop a 'rut' where the ground was not sufficiently compacted on the lines where vehicle wheels pass over it. it will not be long before the 'ruts' become 'potholes'. The tarmac has not been properly dressed and there is a large 'lump' left next to the pavement edge. This is a very poorly finished piece of work and the contractor should be forced to attend and repair the road properly!

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    Posted by Buckinghamshire County Council at 13:00, Thursday 12 July 2018

  • We have contacted you separately regarding this, and this enquiry is now closed.
    Transport for Buckinghamshire

    State changed to: Closed

    Posted by Buckinghamshire County Council at 09:14, Monday 16 July 2018

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