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Pavement not fixed

Reported in the Pavements/footpaths category by Daphne Dear at 22:57, Tuesday 10 April 2018

Sent to Hampshire County Council and Winchester City Council 3 minutes later

Many months ago three areas of pavement outside no 2 Fairdown Close were marked out for repair. Eventually, two workers arrived and made an excellent job of resurfacing one of the marked areas but claimed not to have the other two areas down on their worksheet for attention. I pointed out the two marked areas to one of the gentlemen who said he would look into it and see that the work be completed. That was months ago and nothing has been done. The pavement is in a very poor state and is dangerous to walk on because the tarmac is crumbling and the surface is very uneven. We were originally told in approx. 2001 that this work was to be carried out after my elderly neighbour tripped outside her house and badly injured herself. The pavement area outside her house was resurfaced but seventeen years later the pavement outside no 2 has still not been fully repaired. Can somebody please come and finish the job a.s.a.p.

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  • We have had no word from anyone about this problem other than the usual standard acknowledgement of the council receiving the notification. We now have a spectacular display of weeds growing from the broken tarmac which could rival any of the Wild Flower Gardens at Chelsea Flower Show.

    Posted by Daphne Dear at 13:21, Wednesday 9 May 2018
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