Please report any potholes or highway defects

Buckinghamshire Councillor Peter Brazier advised at the Annual Assembly that additional finances had been allocated to help clear the backlog of potholes across the county, bringing the total Buckinghamshire Council budget to £30m.

The size and position of the pothole dictates how it gets classified and how quickly it get fixed. There is also a set schedule for how frequently different categories of highway get surveyed by BC, and in between visits they rely on your assistance to report any issues via their website. Reports generate a visit from the Local Area Technician to assess, log and schedule remedial works as appropriate.

If you spot a pothole, highway defect, problem with a pavement, blocked drain, problem with a sign or a range of other highways related matters, please report them via this link:

If there are 2 potholes in slightly different locations, please report each one separately, rather than just reporting one and hoping the technician will spot the other when they drive past.

If one is classified as a major pothole, requiring category one response times, and the other is classified as minor damage with a longer remedial window, you may find that one is filled but its neighbour is not.

You can choose to receive updates on the issue you have reported if you so wish.

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