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Housing development causing flooding and mud on pavement
Reported via iOS in the Kerb Issues category by Ian Razzell at 18:07, Sunday 23 April 2023
Sent to Rutland County Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 4477022.
The new housing development has increased the volume of mud on the road to the point where the entire pavement is now covered in mud, the drains are blocked and the height of the kerb is insufficient to prevent silt and mud on the pavement from causing a significant slip hazard for pedestrians
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Posted by Rutland County Council at 19:24, Monday 24 April 2023
Despite the obvious and welcomed highway cleaning near this development, the drains remain completely blocked and backed up with water (see photo). In addition, the adjacent pavement is completely silted up and any rainwater makes the pavement highly slippery and covered in mud. The area needs a highway engineer inspection to resolve the longer term issues.
Posted by Ian Razzell at 13:31, Saturday 29 April 2023
With very little rain over the past weeks, it has only taken a few millimetres for the path to become slippery again - the drains also remain completely blocked. With the new development gathering pace, it must be time to do something more permanent?
Posted by Ian Razzell at 16:06 today
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