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Leakage into MH3 from the highway drains running into and from MH4

Reported via desktop in the Damaged dyke, ditch or culvert category anonymously at 14:58, Wednesday 26 January 2022

Sent to Lincolnshire County Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 415547.

Water from the highway drain shown green on the plan is leaking into the foul sewer via MH3 through defects in the pipe. This is exacerbating flooding of The Royal Oak.

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  • Thank you for your report. We will investigate and make an update to this report within 14 days.

    Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 14:58, Wednesday 26 January 2022

  • We need to investigate this report. We will contact you again when an update is available.

    State changed to: Investigating

    Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 10:48, Thursday 27 January 2022

  • Hi, I can send you the survey of the relevant pipe runs if that helps

    Posted anonymously at 11:08, Thursday 27 January 2022

  • The manhole photo is MH3, the brown pipe is the run from the pavement gullys. The report is a PDF file so I will need an email address to send it. I can also upload and send you a link to the actual CCTV footage.

    Posted anonymously at 11:17, Thursday 27 January 2022

  • We have carried out an initial assessment, but a more detailed investigation is required. We will provide a further update when this has been completed.

    Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 12:14, Monday 31 January 2022

  • This report has been assessed and works are planned. We will update this report when works are scheduled.

    State changed to: In progress

    Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 15:02, Tuesday 8 February 2022

  • Afternoon, can you advise please on the proposed works. Anglian Water have accepted that the pipe into which the leakage is occurring is their asset and are looking at flood mitigation measures.

    Posted anonymously at 12:29, Sunday 3 April 2022

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