A united utilities team is currently in the process of repairing multiple collapsed drains across Southport.

In Scarisbrick Street today (Wednesday 19th November) teams of men have been working hard to repair collapsed drains.

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A Sefton council employee who wanted to remain anonymous said,

“This sort of work costs the tax payer millions every year, the work down Scarisbrick Street could have been prevented if gully pots had only been maintained.”

Another local quoted,

“The road looks like a patchwork quilt, constantly being repaired. Does this not tell us something? This is costing the tax payers money ……keep on top of it! Sefton Council”

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