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Debris in water meter reading access points

Reported anonymously at 16:13, Thu 15 October 2020

3 Meadow Cottages and 2 Meadow cottages. When the paths were resurfaced in Main Street, Grandborough in 2019 debris from carrying out this work fell into the chamber where our water meters are, covering up the meter. Severn Trent say they are unable to read our water meters because of all the debris in the chamber and so they cannot bill for water used, the alternative is to go to the standard rate without readings. Please could this dbris be removed from our water meter chambers.



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