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Poorly fixed pothole after pedestrian crossing by Williamson Street

Reported in the Pothole (minor) category anonymously at 23:13, Friday 22 May 2020

Sent to TfL 2 minutes later. TfL ref: FMS2126008.

In the last year or two there is a re-appearing pothole outside of 37b Parkhurst road in the Bus Lane. the repairs carried out both times took a long time to happen, and both time it was done in a poor way. The problem is when the pothole was open it rattled the whole road and the walls in the building where 37b is located, everytime a bus, a truck or any fast heavy vehicle drove through it. Now the pothole is repaired to a certain degree, but the defect still causing this rattling effect and it's getting worse. I decided to contact you direct for now, as clearly the patching works are not improving the works. If you fail to fix it properly, I'll contact the freeholder of the building, and I'm sure they have the capacity to commence further actions as surely the shaking and rattling the residents here experience is not below any threshold. I trust you'll take the right and necessary actions.

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  • Category changed from ‘Pothole’ to ‘Pothole (minor)’

    Posted by TfL at 23:16, Friday 22 May 2020

  • Thank you for your report. This will now be investigated by our team, where possible and appropriate action will be taken. We will still try to update on the progress within 10 days, however in the current circumstances it may not be possible to do so while we focus on keeping our roads safe for critical workers as they to continue to support London

    State changed to: Investigating

    Posted by TfL at 12:03, Thursday 28 May 2020

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