Photo: Virginia Street Sink hole
Dangerous Southport Sink hole two years on
The sink hole that OTSNews.co.uk first reported on in 2014 is still a recurring problem two years on.
Sefton Council was first informed in 2014 but done nothing about the dangerous situation.
Sefton Council guard Southport sink hole (July 17 2016)
A sink hole re-appeared on Virginia Street, Southport this afternoon, Sunday 17 July 2016
Yet another sink hole has appeared on Virginia Street, this time outside the entrance to Lidl.
An engineer on site today told our reporter: “United Utilities will carry out a dig sometime this coming week to decide who is liable for the sink hole – United Utilities or Sefton council.”
“Where has our road tax money gone to maintain our roads?”
“Lennon would turn in his grave as Southport surpasses the 4000 potholes they had in Blackburn by ten fold at least.”
“In Windsor road there is so much grass growing in the gutters you could play crown green bowls curbside style.”
Also read the 2014 report
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