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Corner of T-junction at the top of Rotten Row onto Pound Hill

Reported via desktop in the Kerb damage / issue category anonymously at 16:39, Wednesday 10 March 2021

Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later

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Over a period of time the kerb has been damaged with the continual driving over of it by large vehicles, this week however we noticed that the road surface at that point has been damaged, the tarmac is now breaking up and several of the kerb stones have been dislodged.

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    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 16:44, Wednesday 10 March 2021

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    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 07:36, Thursday 11 March 2021

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    Following the report made on 10 March 2021 ref: 40158624 I wanted to send an updated photo to show how much more damage had been caused in just two weeks. You will see from the image that some of the kerb stones have lifted and that the road surface is now significantly breaking up. I would urge you to prioritise this on the schedule of planned works before this becomes a major resurfacing issue.

    Posted anonymously at 11:50, Friday 26 March 2021

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