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Following resurfacing, surface water bypasses drain gullies

Reported via desktop in the Gully or manhole defect category anonymously at 23:56, Monday 5 October 2020

Sent to Warwickshire County Council less than a minute later

Following recent resurfacing, the drain gullies either side of the road at the top of Rosary Lane have been left high and (literally!) dry, so torrents of surface water from Little Wolford Road now bypass these gullies altogether.

This has been an issues throughout the more than 20 years that I have lived on Rosary Lane. When will Warwickshire Highways finally accept the dye-testing findings of Severn Trent Water, many years ago, that the culverts draining surface water gullies in Little Wolford Road and Rosary Lane are blocked or have collapsed? Resurfacing, and patching potholes, is surely false economy if the underlying problem is not addressed.

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  • Warwickshire County Council has received your report which will be reviewed accordingly. There are no automatic updates to the status of this report - this is something we are working on as part of the improvements to fault reporting.

    Posted by County Highways at 10:07, Tuesday 6 October 2020

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