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A35 causing water damage to private lane

Reported via desktop in the Flooding/drainage (NH) category by diana sanders at 12:45, Sat 15 July 2023

Sent to National Highways less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 4789438.

Pidgeons lane badly damaged causing massive potholes from cascading water off the A35 over the short bridleway 85 and down the lane. There is no soak away or drain installed to stop this damage from happening every time it rains . Urgent repair required.

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  • Further photos showing damage caused to pidgeons lane.

    Posted by diana sanders at 13:49, Sat 15 July 2023

  • National Highways have stated that the flood damage to Pidgeons Lane is caused by water and debris running off Trinity Hill and therefore not their problem, however this is not possible as the bottom of Trinty Hill is approx. 10 metres right of the entrance to Pidgeons Lane and unless water runs uphill it cannot be the cause of the flooding. The water runs directly off the A35 and down the lane. National Highways is responsible for the severe damage they have caused .Please send a copy of this update to Highways dept.

    Posted by diana sanders at 14:11, Fri 24 November 2023

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