St Day Parish Council was originally told that, once the repair works at the bottom of Telegraph St., were completed, work would begin to sort out the dip in the road on Vicarage Hill. On further inspection it has been decided to monitor this problem for a while – maybe 12 months – with probes which can measure any movement and then make a decision at the end of the monitoring period to see if any work is needed. Cormac has told us that approximately 100 cubic metres of foam concrete was poured into a hole at this point on Vicarage Hill around 15 years ago and they hope that it has now stabilised.
This means that the third problem, that of the hole underneath the electricity substation in Telegraph St., can be brought forward and we are talking to Western Power to try to move this on. Watch this space for further news!

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