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Culvert beneath The Nook bridge to Cow Lane has tree wedged

Reported via desktop in the Culvert category anonymously at 18:38, Sunday 18 February 2024

Sent to Rutland County Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5595689.

Following the flood on Sunday 18th Feb 2024 a large tree limb has become wedged in the culvert and is obstructing the flow. The stream is still in spate as of 18.30 hrs Sunday. The tree limb is large c8 feet long with 3 feet exposed south of culvert and the rest within. The diameter of the exposed limb is c34 inches.

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  • Thank you for your report. We are currently experiencing very high levels of demand combined with staff shortages. Please bear with us whilst we resolve the resourcing issues. Your enquiry has been received and will be actioned over the coming months.

    Emergencies likely to cause danger to the public will be addressed straight away and other safety issues will be investigated.

    IMPORTANT: To report anything dangerous, please call us on: 01572 722577

    Posted by Rutland County Council at 22:54, Sunday 18 February 2024

  • We have now inspected the location of the report according to our highways inspection policy which can be viewed at https://www.rutland.gov.uk/ roads-transport-parking/ highways/ highways-plans-policies/ highway-inspection-policy.

    We cannot find any defect that meets the level that a repair is required and therefore no repair is required at this stage. Thank you for reporting this to us and this report has been closed.

    State changed to: Closed

    Posted by Rutland County Council at 15:55, Friday 8 March 2024

This report is now closed to updates from the public. You can make a new report in the same location.