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Peacehaven Pothole Campaign Wins Repair Pledge


The Big Fill campaign claimed its first major success after East Sussex County Council announced that it would fix potholes within 28 days.

Former guidelines gave the Council up to a year to repair roads and so the Meridian Branch Labour Party and parliamentary candidate Nancy Platts started a campaign to improve the service on offer.

The announcement comes just days after the ESCC announced it was seeking additional funding to add to the £45 million fund set aside for road repairs.

Labour’s parliamentary candidate for Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven, Nancy Platts, had called for action from the council.

Nancy said: “It’s fantastic that East Sussex County Council have now committed to repairing our roads more quickly.

“Many local roads are in a poor state of repair and I will continue to fight for Peacehaven’s roads to be brought up to scratch.”

Find out more about the campaign and watch an interview with Nancy here.


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