Tuesday, 25 October 2022
Tuesday, 25 January 2022
Cite the Freedom of Information Act 2000, to obtain details of the Council’s road inspection reports for the road where the pothole was located. This will detail inspections, works carried out and reports of defects – such as potholes. This will reveal if the council was aware of the pothole, or had breached its own regulations for regular inspections of the road in question. If so – repeat your claim. also look to see if its been reported on fillthathole.org
Contact the authority responsible ask for a claim form and fill it out.
They supposedly aren't responsible until they are made aware, but someone else may have made them aware. I submitted a form last winter and was surprised to get 70quid paid out.
A claim forms request also means the hole is filled postehaste.
Thursday, 7 October 2021
Monday, 19 July 2021
Saturday, 19 June 2021
Friday, 18 June 2021
Tuesday, 8 June 2021
- Right-click Start, click Command Prompt (Admin), and say yes to the User Account Control prompt. (If you see a PowerShell menu item where Command Prompt normally appears, open a PowerShell [Admin] session and then type cmd and press Enter.)
- At the command line, type cd %userprofile%\Documents and press Enter to change to your personal Documents folder.
- Type powercfg /batteryreport and press Enter. A status report will confirm you've saved the report to the current folder as an HTML file.
Now open File Explorer and double-click the saved Battery-report.html file in your Documents