Northamptonshire County Council Notice.
The action that will be taken to deal with a pothole depends on various factors, including the width and depth of the pothole and the position of the footway or carriageway in the network hierarchy.
If the pothole is considered dangerous it will be filled within 24 hours, however in some cases the size and location of the pothole may mean that it is not necessary to fill it immediately.
I want to report a pothole.
What’s your postcode?
You mean where I live or where I am or where the pothole is?
Is the pothole where you live?
That’s where it starts.
Where are you speaking from?
Where is your car?
Don’t know: never been here before.
I don’t know a Sydney in Northamptonshire: where is it exactly?
Sorry, I’m not with you. Why did you wait until you were in Australia before you reported a pothole in England?
I didn’t know I was coming here. It was all rather sudden.
Can you give me some idea of width and depth of the pothole and the position of the footway or carriageway in the network hierarchy.
Sorry! I don’t understand the question; especially the last bit.
Well! Is the pothole big? Is it dangerous, or can it wait more than 24 hours for it to be filled?
It’s big, that’s for sure. I think it’s very dangerous.
Then we will try to get it filled within 24 hours.
I don’t want it filled.
Because, I’m at the bottom of it.
I thought you said you were in Australia?
You’ve got ! Now you know how wide and deep it is.