Have you spotted a pothole in Teddington?
By adam_leone | Tuesday, January 22, 2013, 12:01
Motorists are being reminded to report any potholes in Teddington.
Richmond Council has said that last year's Community and Pavement Fund was such a success, that they're opening up the scheme again.
It's in a bid to improve the borough's roads and paths.
Residents and motorists who spot holes in the ground, have until March to report them.
Last year, over 400 residents took part in the nominations process and many neighbours joined forced to suggest repairs to local areas.
Uneven roads are residents top priorities according to the 'All in One' survey.
£490,000 has been put aside for the annual fund which is in addition to the usual maintenance work carried out by the Council.
Last year the Council announced a subsequent £400,000 extra funding to boost the first year of the scheme, bringing the total for the first round of work to £890,000.
Cllr Chris Harrison, Cabinet Member for Highways and Street Scene said: "Last year's programme was a great success with residents from each village highlighting specific roads and pavements affected by potholes, trip hazards and tree roots."