13 Large potholes, some of which are potentially tyre/vehicle damaging
Reported in the Potholes category anonymously at 15:30, Mon 6 March 2017
Sent to East Sussex County Council 6 minutes later
Between 70 College Road and the slip road onto the A259 De La Warr Road there are 13 large potholes. There are a number of these that are deep/wide enough to hold the risk of damaging tyres/vehicles.
Pictures of some attached with size 11 shoe included to show scale!
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Posted by East Sussex County Council at 09:42, Fri 17 March 2017
I would like to update that since the initial report nothing has been done. Living on this road I have to deal with these pot holes on a daily basis and they are potentially dangerous. Some parts of the road they are unavoidable and are doing damage to cars. I have even had the idea of plugging the holes in myself it’s that bad. Could we possibly get this issue looked at and sorted as soon as possible, before it gets any worse.
Posted anonymously at 08:38, Mon 8 January 2018
Although some potholes were marked for filling, between the time of the initial assessment and being repaired the road surface has, due to back weather and usage deteriorated further.
Potholes that were previously ignored have now grown in size and are in need of immediate attention.
Specifically outside of and between numbers 31, 33, 35 and 41 College Rd.
Posted anonymously at 13:13, Wed 24 January 2018
It’s like an obstacle course trying to dodge the pot holes. We saw some men working the other day but only fixed 2 or 3 of them outside number 31. I think it’s a case of needing to shut the road and going all out to fix them. Cars are being damaged and I’m surprised their hasn’t been many punctures.
Posted anonymously at 14:08, Wed 24 January 2018
Provide an update