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Narcot lane Chalfont st Giles end

Reported in the Blocked drain category anonymously at 17:32, Tue 1 October 2019

Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later

Drains have been blocked for a numer of years made worse by recent resurfacing completed in the summer of this year. Both sides of road blocked by flood water run off from golf course. This flooding has caused traffic jams back to the White Hart Pub roundabout at the Three Households. Flooding in this area will lead to more potholes in the future.

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    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 17:35, Tue 1 October 2019

  • 08.15 6th October 2019, blocked drain caused perhaps by "recent" top dressing being washed into it, local tractor pulling out car that unfortunately lost power. Did "U" turn and used A413 towards Chalfont St Peter to find that partially flooded having to drive on opposite carriageway to bypass flood area.

    Posted anonymously at 08:47, Sun 6 October 2019

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    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 15:26, Mon 7 October 2019

  • 17th November 2019: Still a flood at this point has been for many days. Also top dressing recently laid has been "washed" free and now mounds of this are to be found on the road surface making the chance of damage to vehicles more likely.

    Posted anonymously at 07:25, Sun 17 November 2019

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