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Broken paving slabs caused by building work.

Reported anonymously at 16:29, Wed 20 November 2019

Number 1 The Mead had a new fence recently - the contractors have damaged a large number of the paving slabs along the pavement in the process. You can tell they are newly damaged, scratches to the surface of the slabs and new clean cracks. If left, these slabs could become uneven and dangerous. Why should council taxpayers pay for the repair of this damage?



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