In excess of 10 potholes up to 100 cm
Reported in the Potholes category anonymously at 14:52, Fri 3 March 2017
Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later
Dear Sir I am reporting a large number of potholes adjacent to 15 Upper Hollis and the remainder of Upper Hollis that have damaged my car. Please see attached photos. It would be appreciated if the road surface could be repaired to avoid further vehicle damage. The building works opposite no 15 Upper Hollis has regular heavy construction vehicles accessing the site on a daily basis which has accelerated the damage of the road surface. This often requires driving on the wrong side of the road to get past. On a resent occasion a loud bang was heard from the car when hitting a flooded pot hole. Investigation by Missenden Garage revealed a broken coil spring. Also the tyre was damaged and the Kwik-fit tracking report shows the extent of the re-tracking to the car required following the damage. I wish to claim damages from Bucks County Council for the coil spring repair, tyre replacement and the re-tracking of my car. Coil Spring repair - £144 Tyre and tracking £188 Invoices can be supplied Please acknowledge receipt and the time and method of reimbursement of my costs.
Still open, via questionnaire, 16:38, Fri 31 March 2017
Only two of the many potholes have been filled in. The larger ones are still open and getting bigger as the construction wagons turn on the pavement and soft verge to get access from Martin's End Lane. No action has been taken with the remainder or the potholes in Upper Hollis.
Posted anonymously at 16:38, Fri 31 March 2017
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