Dear Caerphilly County Borough Council,
Please can you tell me how many potholes have been reported to the council for every financial since 2017/18?
And how long, on average, does it take the council to repair a pothole once it has been reported?
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Please can you tell me how many potholes have been reported to the council
for every financial since 2017/18?
Number of carriageway potholes reported by financial year
2021-22 (to 14/12/2021) 4,406
How long, on average, does it take the council to repair a pothole once it
has been reported?
For 2021-22, (to 14/12/2021), the current average time take to repair a
pothole is 44.7 days
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