Cost of Dorset’s 2,300 potholes could be more than £172k after torrential weather batters county

A pothole in Mandale Road, Bournemouth

A pothole in Mandale Road, Bournemouth

First published in News by

THE cost to the roads and council tax payers of the wet weather is being measured in thousands of holes and hundreds of thousands of pounds across Dorset.

As the county was battered by gale force winds and slashing rain, more than 2,300 potholes have appeared on the roads in the last three weeks.

Across the Dorset County Council area, 1,800 have been reported since the start of the year.

There were also 394 in Bournemouth and 188 in Poole.

The cost of repairing the crumbling roads could be as much as £135,000 for Dorset County Council, £25,600 for Bournemouth Borough Council and around £12,220 for Borough of Poole.

The average cost to repair a pothole is around £65.

Fears have been raised that as temperatures drop in the coming weeks the problem could get worse as ice causes more damage to already cracked roads.

Andrew Martin, head of the county council’s highways operation said: “Potholes and other road defects happen when water is trapped in the road surface.

“When the water freezes it expands – causing the surface to break up.

“So freezing weather after the recent wet conditions will mean that we expect more potholes and defects to appear.”

Barry Sparkes, streetscene team manager for Borough of Poole, said: “Since January 1 we have had 90 potholes reported to us by residents and an additional 98 have been found by our highways inspectors during their inspections of the borough.

“Those potholes on main roads will be prioritised to ensure that the impact on our road network is minimised.”

He added: “We are aware of issues on Lagland Street which is already scheduled to be resurfaced in February. We are also experiencing problems with Herbert Avenue and are carrying out temporary repairs.”

There are currently 35 teams out fixing Dorset’s roads and Bournemouth aims to repair holes in its roads as soon as possible after being notified of them.

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6:23am Mon 27 Jan 14

Phixer says...

How much of this repair money could we save by doing a proper job first time?

How much money could we save by actually checking the quality of work carried out by contractors?
How much of this repair money could we save by doing a proper job first time? How much money could we save by actually checking the quality of work carried out by contractors? Phixer
  • Score: 28

6:56am Mon 27 Jan 14

Cosmic Crusader says...

Nothing new here. Most local authorities have experience of sinking our money into black holes.
Nothing new here. Most local authorities have experience of sinking our money into black holes. Cosmic Crusader
  • Score: 14

7:13am Mon 27 Jan 14

AmsterdamMan says...

This is a non-story, there is plenty of money from parking fines to pay for it.
This is a non-story, there is plenty of money from parking fines to pay for it. AmsterdamMan
  • Score: 14

8:00am Mon 27 Jan 14

Gastines3 says...

As shown up by the recent rainfall,maintenance of the towns roads and drainage system is sadly lacking. Many of the drains and kerbs could be entered for the 'Bournemouth in Bloom' competition in the summer months. As with the pot-holed roads,lots of white outlined holes with others only feet away ignored,then follows poor repairs. A tree-root that caused a kerb to slightly lift and adjacent road tarmac,took 3 visits from different contractors to do a patched job.Obviously most contractors work is never inspected before payment.Nearly every road in the town is now in need of radical work but I don't remember seeing any resurfacing work for many years.Perhaps our local Councillors should take it up with the Highways Authority?
As shown up by the recent rainfall,maintenance of the towns roads and drainage system is sadly lacking. Many of the drains and kerbs could be entered for the 'Bournemouth in Bloom' competition in the summer months. As with the pot-holed roads,lots of white outlined holes with others only feet away ignored,then follows poor repairs. A tree-root that caused a kerb to slightly lift and adjacent road tarmac,took 3 visits from different contractors to do a patched job.Obviously most contractors work is never inspected before payment.Nearly every road in the town is now in need of radical work but I don't remember seeing any resurfacing work for many years.Perhaps our local Councillors should take it up with the Highways Authority? Gastines3
  • Score: 9

8:14am Mon 27 Jan 14

loftusrod says...

Phixer wrote:
How much of this repair money could we save by doing a proper job first time?

How much money could we save by actually checking the quality of work carried out by contractors?
Exactly.
Many pot holes are simply filled in with a cheap form of Tarmac, never properly repaired.
Who at the council signs off these 'repairs' before payment is made?
[quote][p][bold]Phixer[/bold] wrote: How much of this repair money could we save by doing a proper job first time? How much money could we save by actually checking the quality of work carried out by contractors?[/p][/quote]Exactly. Many pot holes are simply filled in with a cheap form of Tarmac, never properly repaired. Who at the council signs off these 'repairs' before payment is made? loftusrod
  • Score: 11

8:56am Mon 27 Jan 14

Townee says...

I have yet to see a pot hole when filled in has the edges sealed with liquid tar the way they used to. This would stop the water getting into the hole,again.
Bournemouth has £15,000,000 sat in the bank so £175,000 is a drop in the ocean and that's only one council. Instead of wasting money on surf reefs, IMAX hole and other spend it where it's needed.
I have yet to see a pot hole when filled in has the edges sealed with liquid tar the way they used to. This would stop the water getting into the hole,again. Bournemouth has £15,000,000 sat in the bank so £175,000 is a drop in the ocean and that's only one council. Instead of wasting money on surf reefs, IMAX hole and other spend it where it's needed. Townee
  • Score: 19

8:56am Mon 27 Jan 14

nickynoodah says...

Give knobdirt the job
he's good at filling in holes
so he says
Give knobdirt the job he's good at filling in holes so he says nickynoodah
  • Score: -8

9:11am Mon 27 Jan 14

Arthur Maureen says...

Nickynoodah can pop down in her caravan, sort the tarmacking for half the price, might even throw in some lucky heather too
Nickynoodah can pop down in her caravan, sort the tarmacking for half the price, might even throw in some lucky heather too Arthur Maureen
  • Score: 7

9:24am Mon 27 Jan 14

BarrHumbug says...

Its called a wet autumn/cold winter, it happens every year. If the roads had been repaired properly last year and every preceding year or resurfaced when they should have been rather than stockpiling the cash then this wouldn't happen.
Its called a wet autumn/cold winter, it happens every year. If the roads had been repaired properly last year and every preceding year or resurfaced when they should have been rather than stockpiling the cash then this wouldn't happen. BarrHumbug
  • Score: 10

9:42am Mon 27 Jan 14

Franks Tank says...

Maybe some sort of ROAD TAX should be levied on vehicle users to pay for such repairs.
Maybe some sort of ROAD TAX should be levied on vehicle users to pay for such repairs. Franks Tank
  • Score: -1

9:50am Mon 27 Jan 14

dobrojoe says...

Road repairs are the responsibility of Dorset County Council. You can report problems at http://www.dorsetfor
you.com/travel-dorse
t/roads-and-driving/
report-a-road-proble
m and they will send someone round within 28 days. Unfortunately, there is no provision for monthly 'standing order' because that hole will need fixed again in a month!
Road repairs are the responsibility of Dorset County Council. You can report problems at http://www.dorsetfor you.com/travel-dorse t/roads-and-driving/ report-a-road-proble m and they will send someone round within 28 days. Unfortunately, there is no provision for monthly 'standing order' because that hole will need fixed again in a month! dobrojoe
  • Score: 6

9:56am Mon 27 Jan 14

a.g.o.g. says...

So get on with it....
So get on with it.... a.g.o.g.
  • Score: 3

10:19am Mon 27 Jan 14

kalebmoledirt says...

I understand the traveling community are dab hands at tarmac and all ways offer money back guarantees,perhaps they could help in return for accommodation and rubbish collection
I understand the traveling community are dab hands at tarmac and all ways offer money back guarantees,perhaps they could help in return for accommodation and rubbish collection kalebmoledirt
  • Score: 1

10:46am Mon 27 Jan 14

Kevin_123 says...

The main problem with Potholes is that they are never repaired well, they are just patched over! If the council actually paid for them to be repaired to a high standard the roads might last a bit longer! As a taxpayer I have the right to voice my concerns as I am footing the bill with others here!
The main problem with Potholes is that they are never repaired well, they are just patched over! If the council actually paid for them to be repaired to a high standard the roads might last a bit longer! As a taxpayer I have the right to voice my concerns as I am footing the bill with others here! Kevin_123
  • Score: 11

10:58am Mon 27 Jan 14

spooki says...

Here's an idea - why not actually fix the potholes PROPERLY so they don't break down again within a couple of months? Not to mention any by names (Woodbury Avenue) but that what they do round our way. And when they do come to repair them, how about they actually do ALL of them and not just some?
I have to say though, I reported one the other day and it was mended within two days.
Here's an idea - why not actually fix the potholes PROPERLY so they don't break down again within a couple of months? Not to mention any by names (Woodbury Avenue) but that what they do round our way. And when they do come to repair them, how about they actually do ALL of them and not just some? I have to say though, I reported one the other day and it was mended within two days. spooki
  • Score: 1

10:58am Mon 27 Jan 14

speedy231278 says...

Try resurfacing the roads from time to time rather than dumping 'surface dressing' on to paper over the cracks!
Try resurfacing the roads from time to time rather than dumping 'surface dressing' on to paper over the cracks! speedy231278
  • Score: 5

12:24pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Arthur Maureen says...

Jack Ryan would never put up with this
Jack Ryan would never put up with this Arthur Maureen
  • Score: 1

12:35pm Mon 27 Jan 14

sundaydriver says...

so in the interim us poor motorists continue to have one eye on other road users - one on speed limits and the third on pot hole avoidance. Yep that's right we need 3 eyes to drive these days. The tyre shops must be rubbing their hands together with all the punctures and damaged rims which cost way more than the £65 to fill a hole.

Also - what are the white lines that seem to appear around pot holes? do the council do this so we cant claim? :)
so in the interim us poor motorists continue to have one eye on other road users - one on speed limits and the third on pot hole avoidance. Yep that's right we need 3 eyes to drive these days. The tyre shops must be rubbing their hands together with all the punctures and damaged rims which cost way more than the £65 to fill a hole. Also - what are the white lines that seem to appear around pot holes? do the council do this so we cant claim? :) sundaydriver
  • Score: 2

1:10pm Mon 27 Jan 14

speedy231278 says...

I think the white ring means they know about it, so if it isn't filled in within a certain time frame and you have your car damaged, you can claim for their tardiness in fixing a known issue.
I think the white ring means they know about it, so if it isn't filled in within a certain time frame and you have your car damaged, you can claim for their tardiness in fixing a known issue. speedy231278
  • Score: 1

1:12pm Mon 27 Jan 14

sundaydriver says...

Wonder what the time frame is - bet also anyone would have a very hard time winning a claim as pot holes are probably classed as 'acts of god' as they are weather induced
Wonder what the time frame is - bet also anyone would have a very hard time winning a claim as pot holes are probably classed as 'acts of god' as they are weather induced sundaydriver
  • Score: 0

1:46pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Dean Park says...

And there was me thinking that was what the Road Tax was for...
And there was me thinking that was what the Road Tax was for... Dean Park
  • Score: -2

1:57pm Mon 27 Jan 14

sundaydriver says...

Wouldn't it be frightening to understand how much (£) Road Tax is collected by the Gov each year - it must be gazillions!
Wouldn't it be frightening to understand how much (£) Road Tax is collected by the Gov each year - it must be gazillions! sundaydriver
  • Score: 0

2:08pm Mon 27 Jan 14

sc61 says...

sundaydriver wrote:
Wonder what the time frame is - bet also anyone would have a very hard time winning a claim as pot holes are probably classed as 'acts of god' as they are weather induced
Nowt to do with God, all to do with shoddy construction and "maintenance" in the first place.
[quote][p][bold]sundaydriver[/bold] wrote: Wonder what the time frame is - bet also anyone would have a very hard time winning a claim as pot holes are probably classed as 'acts of god' as they are weather induced[/p][/quote]Nowt to do with God, all to do with shoddy construction and "maintenance" in the first place. sc61
  • Score: 1

2:19pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

I love a good pothole. I've got a whole album full of photo's of my favourites.
The nicest one I've ever seen was in Wales in 1979.
I love a good pothole. I've got a whole album full of photo's of my favourites. The nicest one I've ever seen was in Wales in 1979. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: -2

2:39pm Mon 27 Jan 14

ekimnoslen says...

Phixer wrote:
How much of this repair money could we save by doing a proper job first time?

How much money could we save by actually checking the quality of work carried out by contractors?
Yes, quality should be checked. The new road surface over Tuckton Bridge generates enormous road side puddles. Passing vehicles soak any pedestrians unfortunate enough to have to walk over the bridge as the footpath and road lanes are so narrow. The contractors should be made to remedy the situation but we're only pedestrians not "gods own cyclists" so nothing will be done.
[quote][p][bold]Phixer[/bold] wrote: How much of this repair money could we save by doing a proper job first time? How much money could we save by actually checking the quality of work carried out by contractors?[/p][/quote]Yes, quality should be checked. The new road surface over Tuckton Bridge generates enormous road side puddles. Passing vehicles soak any pedestrians unfortunate enough to have to walk over the bridge as the footpath and road lanes are so narrow. The contractors should be made to remedy the situation but we're only pedestrians not "gods own cyclists" so nothing will be done. ekimnoslen
  • Score: -1

2:46pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Franks Tank says...

sundaydriver wrote:
Wouldn't it be frightening to understand how much (£) Road Tax is collected by the Gov each year - it must be gazillions!
The amount of "Road Tax" collected each year has been exactly £zero since it was abolished in 1936.
You're thinking of VED and exactly £zero is ring fenced for local road building and repairs.
[quote][p][bold]sundaydriver[/bold] wrote: Wouldn't it be frightening to understand how much (£) Road Tax is collected by the Gov each year - it must be gazillions![/p][/quote]The amount of "Road Tax" collected each year has been exactly £zero since it was abolished in 1936. You're thinking of VED and exactly £zero is ring fenced for local road building and repairs. Franks Tank
  • Score: 1

2:48pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Franks Tank says...

Dean Park wrote:
And there was me thinking that was what the Road Tax was for...
Sorry, think again (see above comment).
Roads are paid for out of local taxation, i.e. Council Tax.
[quote][p][bold]Dean Park[/bold] wrote: And there was me thinking that was what the Road Tax was for...[/p][/quote]Sorry, think again (see above comment). Roads are paid for out of local taxation, i.e. Council Tax. Franks Tank
  • Score: 1

3:07pm Mon 27 Jan 14

sundaydriver says...

Is there a Council Hot Line to report Pot Holes?
Is there a Council Hot Line to report Pot Holes? sundaydriver
  • Score: -2

3:15pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Franks Tank says...

sundaydriver wrote:
Is there a Council Hot Line to report Pot Holes?
Indeed there is.
You could try:-
http://www.poole.gov
.uk/report/road-and-
pavement-problems/
or:-
https://www.bournemo
uth.gov.uk/Forms/Str
eetsTransport/Roadss
treetlightspavements
.aspx
[quote][p][bold]sundaydriver[/bold] wrote: Is there a Council Hot Line to report Pot Holes?[/p][/quote]Indeed there is. You could try:- http://www.poole.gov .uk/report/road-and- pavement-problems/ or:- https://www.bournemo uth.gov.uk/Forms/Str eetsTransport/Roadss treetlightspavements .aspx Franks Tank
  • Score: 1

3:19pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Franks Tank says...

Or ring....
For Poole:- 01202 265255
For Bournemouth:- 01202 451199
Or ring.... For Poole:- 01202 265255 For Bournemouth:- 01202 451199 Franks Tank
  • Score: 1

3:52pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Dorset Logic says...

Start suing them for £173K a year for damages to suspension or accidents cause by hitting one and see how quickly they get repaired.

I suspect current price breakdown is
-> Admin and backroom staff costs £80k,
-> 3 Blokes with yellow jacket (supervisory hole watchers and outline highlighting spray painters) 71k
-> bloke filling hole under supervision of yellow jackets 1k.
-> accountancy black hole for other allocations £20k.
Start suing them for £173K a year for damages to suspension or accidents cause by hitting one and see how quickly they get repaired. I suspect current price breakdown is -> Admin and backroom staff costs £80k, -> 3 Blokes with yellow jacket (supervisory hole watchers and outline highlighting spray painters) 71k -> bloke filling hole under supervision of yellow jackets 1k. -> accountancy black hole for other allocations £20k. Dorset Logic
  • Score: 1

4:02pm Mon 27 Jan 14

suzigirl says...

Sir Beachy Head wrote:
I love a good pothole. I've got a whole album full of photo's of my favourites. The nicest one I've ever seen was in Wales in 1979.
I think you might find some better ones for your album along Wimborne Road Poole or Dale Valley Road........... you pothold anorak you LOL
[quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: I love a good pothole. I've got a whole album full of photo's of my favourites. The nicest one I've ever seen was in Wales in 1979.[/p][/quote]I think you might find some better ones for your album along Wimborne Road Poole or Dale Valley Road........... you pothold anorak you LOL suzigirl
  • Score: 0

4:20pm Mon 27 Jan 14

i hate do gooders has returned after having account closed !! says...

I always thought road tax was for funding the highways ?????? maybe im in a dream world or something !!!
I always thought road tax was for funding the highways ?????? maybe im in a dream world or something !!! i hate do gooders has returned after having account closed !!
  • Score: -5

4:36pm Mon 27 Jan 14

sundaydriver says...

The highways! more like strips of rough, bumpy potholed tarmac controlled and permit issued by highwaymen.

Why are roads in Wales such a pleasure to drive on?
The highways! more like strips of rough, bumpy potholed tarmac controlled and permit issued by highwaymen. Why are roads in Wales such a pleasure to drive on? sundaydriver
  • Score: 0

4:40pm Mon 27 Jan 14

nickynoodah says...

News flash latest
knobdirts unlucky day
decided to repair a hole in the road
and got flattened with a 50 ton steam roller.
News flash latest knobdirts unlucky day decided to repair a hole in the road and got flattened with a 50 ton steam roller. nickynoodah
  • Score: -1

4:42pm Mon 27 Jan 14

itsneverblackorwhite says...

I live in a road that hardly ever had potholes until the buses were re-routed up the road, now it has many constantly filled in, re-filled, patched, re-patched! It is a joke just resurface the worst section!
I live in a road that hardly ever had potholes until the buses were re-routed up the road, now it has many constantly filled in, re-filled, patched, re-patched! It is a joke just resurface the worst section! itsneverblackorwhite
  • Score: 0

4:57pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Franks Tank says...

i hate do gooders has returned after having account closed !! wrote:
I always thought road tax was for funding the highways ?????? maybe im in a dream world or something !!!
"Road Tax" or the "Road Fund Licence" was used to finance the roads.
However, Winston Churchill abolished it in 1936/37 as it inferred some sort of ownership of the road.
You're thinking of the descretionary tax "VED", this goes directly in to central government coffers and has nothing directly to do with financing the highways.
It's a bit like the extra fag tax and booze tax that does not entitle the payer to preferential hospital treatment.
[quote][p][bold]i hate do gooders has returned after having account closed !![/bold] wrote: I always thought road tax was for funding the highways ?????? maybe im in a dream world or something !!![/p][/quote]"Road Tax" or the "Road Fund Licence" was used to finance the roads. However, Winston Churchill abolished it in 1936/37 as it inferred some sort of ownership of the road. You're thinking of the descretionary tax "VED", this goes directly in to central government coffers and has nothing directly to do with financing the highways. It's a bit like the extra fag tax and booze tax that does not entitle the payer to preferential hospital treatment. Franks Tank
  • Score: 1

5:23pm Mon 27 Jan 14

sundaydriver says...

Either way - we will continue to have pot holes and will continue to have punctured tyres and bent wheel rims that we have to pay out on and the roads will never get any better - thank goodness for a glass of claret to calm myself down this evening.
Either way - we will continue to have pot holes and will continue to have punctured tyres and bent wheel rims that we have to pay out on and the roads will never get any better - thank goodness for a glass of claret to calm myself down this evening. sundaydriver
  • Score: 0

6:54pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Hessenford says...

With the emphasis on cyclists and motorists respecting each other on the roads lately I would think that the councils would play their part in making the rods fit for purpose there by making it a lot safer for everyone who uses them, how many cyclists have been hit by a car when swerving to avoid a pothole, how many motorists have had their cars damaged by potholes, how many motorists and cyclists have been injured after hitting a pothole and suffering a blown tyre, do the councils take any responsibility, not in the least, we pay through local taxation for our roads to be safe, perhaps its about time we all started to instigate court proceedings against the council when suffering damage or injury as a direct result of coming into contact with a pothole.
With the emphasis on cyclists and motorists respecting each other on the roads lately I would think that the councils would play their part in making the rods fit for purpose there by making it a lot safer for everyone who uses them, how many cyclists have been hit by a car when swerving to avoid a pothole, how many motorists have had their cars damaged by potholes, how many motorists and cyclists have been injured after hitting a pothole and suffering a blown tyre, do the councils take any responsibility, not in the least, we pay through local taxation for our roads to be safe, perhaps its about time we all started to instigate court proceedings against the council when suffering damage or injury as a direct result of coming into contact with a pothole. Hessenford
  • Score: 2

7:04pm Mon 27 Jan 14

sundaydriver says...

I am going to by a 4 x 4 which will go over the pot holes - sod the environment
I am going to by a 4 x 4 which will go over the pot holes - sod the environment sundaydriver
  • Score: 0

7:07pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Hessenford says...

sundaydriver wrote:
I am going to by a 4 x 4 which will go over the pot holes - sod the environment
No good, a bulldozer would be better.
[quote][p][bold]sundaydriver[/bold] wrote: I am going to by a 4 x 4 which will go over the pot holes - sod the environment[/p][/quote]No good, a bulldozer would be better. Hessenford
  • Score: 0

7:58pm Mon 27 Jan 14

Peroni says...

So Barry Sparkes mentions Herbert Avenue.
It wasn't the wet and ice that had broken up the surface ,the first time it was re surfaced it was breaking up soon after ,this has been done again since.
Where is the quality control for the work ,or do the councils just write and send the cheques ..........shoddy work that they are blaming the weather for .
They will never get on top of it , just bodging up a bad job from the start.
So Barry Sparkes mentions Herbert Avenue. It wasn't the wet and ice that had broken up the surface ,the first time it was re surfaced it was breaking up soon after ,this has been done again since. Where is the quality control for the work ,or do the councils just write and send the cheques ..........shoddy work that they are blaming the weather for . They will never get on top of it , just bodging up a bad job from the start. Peroni
  • Score: 1

7:59pm Mon 27 Jan 14

kalebmoledirt says...

Sir Beachy Head wrote:
I love a good pothole. I've got a whole album full of photo's of my favourites.
The nicest one I've ever seen was in Wales in 1979.
So like pot holes as much as you like paedophiles
[quote][p][bold]Sir Beachy Head[/bold] wrote: I love a good pothole. I've got a whole album full of photo's of my favourites. The nicest one I've ever seen was in Wales in 1979.[/p][/quote]So like pot holes as much as you like paedophiles kalebmoledirt
  • Score: -1

11:45pm Mon 27 Jan 14

chrisii1991 says...

clearing drains especially in poole park is another idea that our council tax should be spent on
clearing drains especially in poole park is another idea that our council tax should be spent on chrisii1991
  • Score: 0

4:14pm Wed 5 Feb 14

PokesdownMark says...

As per AmsterdamMan's comment... the cost of repairing all potholes properly would barely dent the parking surplus budgets.
So with money not the limiting factor, it would be interesting to know what is? Now that would be a news story!
As per AmsterdamMan's comment... the cost of repairing all potholes properly would barely dent the parking surplus budgets. So with money not the limiting factor, it would be interesting to know what is? Now that would be a news story! PokesdownMark
  • Score: 0

2:40pm Fri 7 Feb 14

lauralouise90 says...

The potholes will probably not far from that cost prior to the bad weather though - it's so rare to see a pothole being fixed or someone successfully receiving compensation for damage.... the weather has only seemed to make things worse :(

Laura
http://www.atseuroma
ster.co.uk/goodyear-
tyres.htm
The potholes will probably not far from that cost prior to the bad weather though - it's so rare to see a pothole being fixed or someone successfully receiving compensation for damage.... the weather has only seemed to make things worse :( Laura http://www.atseuroma ster.co.uk/goodyear- tyres.htm lauralouise90
  • Score: 0

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