Reported in the Pavement Defect (uneven surface / cracked paving slab) category anonymously at 13:24, Fri 15 May 2020
Sent to TfL less than a minute later. TfL ref: FMS2116848.
Pavement has deteriorated and has a significant depression.
Hi Afsar, I hope this email finds you well. Further to my initial email on this matter dated 5th May, my fellow residents (some of whom are copied in to this email) and I are concerned that there has been no action. We should be grateful if you are able to instruct us in how to escalate this matter in order to overcome the inaction to achieve the required repair.
I will place a copy of this email on your report management system noted below, for reference. Many thanks, Richard
Posted anonymously at 19:43, Sun 21 June 2020
Hi, Despite TFL accepting responsibility on 22nd April for this defect, no action has been taken. Comparatively, Lambeth Council have rectified their section of the surface (granted, without further inspection of underlying cause of depression). Given the fact that there was a significant depression in adjacent areas, we question whether there is an escape of water. Please could you confirm when you will be able to investigate the cause and rectify the depression in the pavement adjacent to the red route. Thank you. Rich
Posted anonymously at 10:50, Wed 12 August 2020
Your report has now been resolved. Thank you for taking the time to report this to us. Should you need anything else or have any questions please contact customer services on 0343 222 1234
State changed to: Fixed
Posted by TfL at 20:18, Mon 24 August 2020
This was not resolved and should not have been closed.
As you can see from the attached photos, the drain is sinking further into the ground and has not been resolved.
This presents a trip hazard and in the longer term will drop further.
Nearby areas have also depressed (but Lambeth Council resurfaced areas under their responsibility) and the sub-structure needs investigation.
Please reopen this issue and repair.
Posted anonymously at 22:59, Wed 11 November 2020
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location.