12:00PM, Monday 05 March 2018
Slough Council filled in 200 fewer potholes last year than it did in 2016.
A Freedom of Information Request made by the Express shows that 1,500 were filled in last year, at a cost of £80,000, compared to 1,700 at a cost of £94,300 in 2016.
In 2016, 201 potholes were reported to the council, compared to 150 in 2017.
In the last four years, Slough council have been consistent with the amount they fill in, with 1,500 potholes filled in 2014, 2015, and 2017.
A council spokeswoman said: The service has adopted best practice and by taking a flexible approach with officers that are driven to make a difference.
To report a pothole in Slough visit:https://slough-self.achieveservice.com/service/Report_a_highways_issue.
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