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Flooding on road any pavement

Reported via desktop in the Surface Water on the Highway category anonymously at 18:02, Monday 4 March 2024

Sent to Rutland County Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5667558.

On the first Tuesday of the first 2 months of this year when attending a meeting at the museum flooding on the road and pavement have made entry through the rear entrance to the museum difficult.

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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 20:54, Monday 4 March 2024

  • We have assessed your report and the repair of this defect has been added to our programme of works for completion within 3 months.

    IMPORTANT: If the defect becomes dangerous, please call us on: 01572 722577

    Posted by Rutland County Council at 13:25, Thursday 7 March 2024

  • It is astonishing that this failed drain and continuous flooding over a period of many weeks has not yet been addressed as a matter of urgency. This is a serious problem causing a danger to motorists, a danger to cyclists, and a danger to everyone using the pavement outside the Rutland County Museum and Catmose Cottage. Continual blasts of water from passing vehicles are damaging the walls of this Listed Building which is RCC property. It should be dealt with immediately. Just deploying a flood warning sign is totally inadequate.

    Posted anonymously at 22:31, Tuesday 16 April 2024

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