Reported via desktop in the Road Surface category anonymously at 09:32, Thu 19 August 2021
Sent to Central Bedfordshire Council less than a minute later.
Council ref: 360679.
As explained before, the mains water burst and caused the tarmac to be both raised and lowered across the end of our driveway at 10 rectory road. Anglian water said to report to you for that to be sorted, i see as a result of the last report someone is half way through resetting out water meter pit, but the rest of the path along the boundary of the driveway is still uneven. Previous report moved to NFA, surely that while the damage right now doesnt constitute a major hazard the site should still be reinstated to the previous condition as this area will deteriorate quicker now due to the incident. Then instead of anglian water sorting it it will be at the cost of the council or highways to sort...
Updated by Central Bedfordshire Council at 09:32, Thu 19 August 2021
Thank you for contacting us. This issue does not come under the responsibility of our Highways Department, however we have forwarded this report to be reallocated to another service within the council.
Central Bedfordshire Council Highways
State changed to: Internal referral
Posted by Central Bedfordshire Council at 14:35, Wed 27 October 2021
Jeremey jones advised nrswa team.
State changed to: Open
Posted by Central Bedfordshire Council at 11:20, Thu 28 October 2021
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