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How to report Potholes and Fly-tipping

By Mr Chris May Speldhurst Parish Council

Monday, 20 April 2020

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Starting with some good news, one of our Parish Councillors reported a number of potholes in recent weeks, several of which have now been repaired. It seems that this work can continue during the Coronavirus outbreak, so if you've come across any potholes in your neighbourhood, it might be worth reporting them now while roads - and workloads - are quieter than usual.

Continuing with some not-so-good news, there has been an significant increase in fly-tipping in the parish. We appreciate that the temporary closure of Tunbridge Wells Tip is particularly inconvenient when there are more of you at home to de-clutter and DIY. But remember that as well as being a criminal offence, fly-tipping can be really harmful to local wildlife and passing traffic too.

To report either potholes or fly-tipping, visit our Report It page and follow the links.

Contact Information

Mr Chris May

  • 07760 769513

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