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Norwood Road SE27 outside number 176 – 178 (Co-op) just south Christchurch Rd junction

Reported in the Pavements/footpaths category by Philip Godfrey at 21:30, Wed 11 October 2017

Sent to Lambeth Borough Council 5 minutes later

Dear Streetscene’s Norwood Road SE27 outside number 176 – 178 (Co-op store) just south Christchurch Rd junction. You are relaying the footpath (under the “Station 2 Station” project). You will notice in the attached dated picture your contractor has not got the level of the new paving slabs to butt up flush against the shallow private pavement of these properties so they have put in a chamfer of concrete. (The old paving slabs did butt up level.) I would ‘suggest’ this chamfer of concrete will fail in the relatively near future compared with the life of the new slabs which will cause a trip hazard and associated financial liability to Lambeth. (Customers of Co-op shop will be walking directly into this.) Can I suggest this is rectified ie the two surface butt up flush? (If this is not rectified then this report will stay on this website and be of public record that this was not resolved.)

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  • Logged: 8328231

    Posted by Camille at 16:27, Thu 12 October 2017

  • This has been resolved (by adding tarmac to the private part of the footpath ie concrete section).

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Philip Godfrey at 20:50, Sun 29 October 2017

  • Shop front 178A Norwood Road

    The pavement that has been repaired by the council has been fitted too high and therefore rain water is now draining into the shop!! they need to come back and repair asap as damage is being caused please phone 07966413368

    Posted by Michael Chudzynski at 13:12, Tuesday 6 February 2018

  • 178A Norwood Road The pavement has been repaired above the height of the shop front. The waste water leaks into the shop and is causing damage to the shop flooring.

    Please respond to kelly 07860827369

    Posted by Kelly McClymont at 13:48, Tuesday 6 February 2018

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