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A recent water mains tarmac repair has sunk

Reported anonymously at 22:26, Thu 5 April 2018

A couple of months ago some water mains were repaired, afterwards, being replaced by poorer quality tarmac than was currently there. It is outside the Gregg's / santander and is within the bus stop and lane of direction of traffic to town. It's a problem as any heavy vehicle (of which there are many it being a busy bus / coach route) which crosses this small trench makes the whole building shake and could damage the building (and all other buildings around it)

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