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Proposed patching of pavement

Reported in the Pavements/footpaths category anonymously at 11:18, Fri 4 June 2010

Sent to Redbridge Borough Council 2 minutes later. FixMyStreet ref: 117438.

I notice white marks on the pavement indicative of proposed patching. This pavement has a very heavy footfall in comparison with the Firs Estate one street away which was recently completely resurfaced. Grove Hill pavements are hazardous to everyone that uses them but we are only scheduled for MORE patching on top of the previous patching. Why is this?

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  • The Council replied saying there was not enough money to fully resurface the street, but that still does answer why the "untrammelled by foot" Firs estate next door had every street and road resurfaced whereas Grove Hill where everyone walks as it is opposite the shops and the only foot access to the Firs and another estate is left with holes, patches, loose manholes and ruts of every sort on which you twist your ankle every ten feet.

    Posted anonymously at 12:00, Fri 2 July 2010

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 12:00, Fri 2 July 2010

  • I got an email from Redbridge explaining that they could not afford to resurface the pavement and so as to placate me they resurfaced a square outside my house (which was not way the worst bit of the whole pavement). So thank to Redbridge!

    Posted anonymously at 13:07, Sat 31 July 2010

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