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O/S Bosch servicing garage South Street

Reported in the Potholes category by P Vant at 14:54, Mon 16 May 2016

Sent to Hampshire County Council 1 minute later

A couple of dinner plate size holes and crazing covering three SQM in entrance to garage. Plus six smaller ones down the centre of the road about ten metres prior to the entrance.

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 17:41, Wed 15 June 2016

  • A big fat zero. May be because it is right in the entrance to the garage. Send it to the council it might make them sit up and take notice!

    Posted by P Vant at 17:41, Wed 15 June 2016

  • Two white crosses appeared in the two biggest potholes in the last couple of days!

    Posted anonymously at 17:13, Thu 23 June 2016

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 08:58, Thu 14 July 2016

  • As said previously just the two main potholes are marked but the inspector fails to realise that once done work will be required soon after as the extensive crazing will then start to break out, due to the extra use of the entrance.

    Posted by P Vant at 08:58, Thu 14 July 2016

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 12:34, Thu 11 August 2016

  • The two small areas marked for remedial work are too small and once done will require further work in the near Future when the large area of crazing starts to break out. Looks like the inspector needs some guidance on the matter.

    Posted by P Vant at 12:34, Thu 11 August 2016

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 13:27, Thu 8 September 2016

  • As I have said previously the area marked for repair is too small when looking at the long term maintenance. So I am giving up totally on reporting defects. I spent five months trying to get a continuous double white line system reprinted. It wasn't until I got the police involved did the council take action. I have reported numourus street lights and road signs obscured by foliage. Hedges and trees obstructing foot paths: Action = ZERO.....

    Posted by P Vant at 13:27, Thu 8 September 2016

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