Reported via Android in the Footway or Footpath category anonymously at 12:18, Fri 13 November 2020
Sent to Rutland County Council less than a minute later
Surface has disintegrated
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Posted by Rutland County Council at 14:55, Fri 13 November 2020
Still open, via questionnaire, 14:10, Fri 11 December 2020
Adjacent gulley blocked. Large puddle.
Posted anonymously at 15:13, Mon 14 December 2020
Every time there is significant rain this large area of flooding appears and water is thrown up by passing vehicles onto the pavement and also onto the adjoining wall which is historically significant as one of the few remaining old mud walls in the town and is deteriorating. There is an extensive area of loose pavement surface here which is getting worse and is now potentially hazardous.
Posted anonymously at 17:36, Saturday 16 January 2021
Yes I have been on that piece of pavement today. 5th February and the situation has got worse . Anyone that isn't good on their feet could result in a fall
Posted anonymously at 15:52, Friday 5 February 2021
Could I ask that we take another look at the priority for this pavement area? It is dangerous and the entire surface has crumbled
Posted by Cllr Ian Razzell at 08:18, Thursday 15 April 2021
Yes, I completely agree. This section of pavement has deteriorated even further since reported six months ago. The problem is exacerbated by the flooding of the road every time it rains, caused by the adjacent blocked gulley - see photos previously posted. Although gulleys along South Street were emptied a few weeks ago either this one was missed or not properly cleared out or the drain pipes are blocked as well. This should now be prioritised as dangerous and requiring urgent attention.
Posted anonymously at 10:24, Thursday 15 April 2021
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