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New road surface is sinking

Reported in the Roads/highways category by Bill Hargreaves at 12:16, Mon 21 December 2009

Sent to Manchester City Council 4 minutes later

In the last couple of months a repair was carried out in the middle of the road at the junction of Wilbraham Rd and Albany Road in Chorlton-cum-Hardy. The repaired area, about six feet square, is now sinking.

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  • Barriers were placed around the area that's sinking over a week ago, but up to Sunday 17 January the road hadn't actually been repaired.

    Posted by Bill Hargreaves at 09:00, Tue 19 January 2010

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 09:00, Tue 19 January 2010

  • A barrier has been placed around the area, but no further work appears to have been carried out.

    Posted by Bill Hargreaves at 23:29, Tue 16 February 2010

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 23:29, Tue 16 February 2010

  • There are still barriers around the sunken area in the middle of the junction, but no other work appears to have been carried out.

    Posted by Bill Hargreaves at 10:45, Wed 17 March 2010

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 10:45, Wed 17 March 2010

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