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Missing and damaged tarmac on pavement near 5 and 3 St Margarets Road

Reported anonymously at 17:28, Fri 9 August 2019

A long strip of pavement has missing and damaged tarmac for the length of 5 St Margarets Road. It is both dangerous to pedestrian traffic and an eyesore along what is intended to be a more attractive grass streetscape.

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