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Damaged hoarding and overgrown bush

Reported anonymously at 14:59, Fri 24 July 2015

Sent to East Sussex County Council and Eastbourne Borough Council 1 minute later

Reported yesterday, just adding a photo taken from other side. Thank you.

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  • The fault has now been logged onto our system. Your enquiry will be investigated and we will respond in due course.

    State changed to: Duplicate

    Posted by East Sussex County Council at 10:31, Mon 27 July 2015

  • Hello This problem with bush and hoarding seems to be logged as fixed but still remains the same and has not been fixed.

    Posted anonymously at 09:32, Wed 26 August 2015

  • We have chased this up with Eastbourne Borough Council who are responsible for this bush and hoarding.

    State changed to: In progress

    Posted by East Sussex County Council at 16:11, Wed 26 August 2015

  • This dangerous and broken hoarding still remains a problem and has not been fixed or replaced. Thank you.

    Posted anonymously at 11:45, Thu 17 September 2015

  • This is the responsibility of Eastbourne Borough Council. If you would like an update, you will need to contact them by emailing enquiries@eastbourne.gov.uk or phone them directly on 01323 410000.

    State changed to: not the council's responsibility

    Posted by East Sussex County Council at 12:05, Thu 17 September 2015

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