Big pothole, leaking water and loose stones
Reported in the Potholes category by William Russell at 09:56, Wed 3 January 2018
Sent to Lambeth Borough Council 4 minutes later
This pothole has appeared over the Christmas period. There appears to have been a water leak nearby, which is affecting the road surface. There is a large pothole in LH lane heading northbound and also water and lots of stones in the road.
Issue is unresolved on Friday 5 Jan. Large pothole immediately north of junction on northbound side South Lambeth Road is quite a serious risk to all road users including cyclists (I almost fell off hitting it yesterday morning in the dark).
Posted anonymously at 08:25, Fri 5 January 2018
Very dangerous I agree. I was forced to swerve to avoid broken up surface whilst on my motorcycle this morning.
Posted by Julian Barker at 09:23, Fri 5 January 2018
This came through yesterday from TfL. Hoping this will be sorted this week.
'Our ref: 11356200 8 January 2018
Dear Mr Russell
Thank you very much for your email of 3 January about the pothole in the road, leaking water and loose stones on South Lambeth Road.
We really appreciate the time you’ve taken to raise your concerns with us and also apologise for the inconvenience caused.
We are currently working with our highways maintenance engineers to investigate and resolve this issue as soon as possible. We will ensure that the pothole and water leak is fixed, so our customers can continue to use this road safely and local residents aren’t disturbed.
Thanks again for contacting us. If there’s anything else we can help you with please reply to this email. Alternatively, you can call us on 0343 222 1234 and we’ll be happy to help you.
Henry Monu Customer Services Adviser Transport for London Customer Services'
Posted by William Russell at 09:39, Tue 9 January 2018
Latest update from TfL
18 January 2018
Dear Mr Russell
Thank you for your reply of 16 January about the pothole, leaking water and loose stones on South Lambeth Road
We appreciate you taking the time to make us aware of this matter.
We have temporarily fixed the potholes and will make sure the potholes/water leak is permanently fixed as quickly as possible.
Thanks again for contacting us. If there is anything else we can help you with, please reply to this email/letter. Alternatively, you can call us on 0343 222 1234 and we'll be happy to help you.
Henry Monu Customer Service Adviser
Posted by William Russell at 15:47, Tue 23 January 2018
Water leak now appears to have been fixed, although the temporary road repairs still need to be made permanent.
Posted by William Russell at 17:33, Tue 6 February 2018
Provide an update