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Message 11 of 17

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Definitely not Openreaches. 

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Message 12 of 17

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Yep, can also confirm not openreach or any  of the previous companies 

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Message 13 of 17

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So last night, i managed to shine a light down into, get a good look down the hole thats appeared in this cover. I was able to see what looked like a passage for water and openings at either end of it. 

So i've reported it back to Severn Trent again, as it's got to be theres I suspect now so hopefully they can fix.

OR did have a quick look this morning too and said it's definately not theres either.

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Message 14 of 17

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Looking at the logo, the bar to lift and your dimensions, it might be one of these:

 

https://www.polypipe.com/housing/below-ground-drainage/drainage/inspection-chambers-covers-and-frame...

 

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Message 15 of 17

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FWIW, I would have thought that this cover,  although covering ‘water’ services, because it’s on the OP’s property is nothing to do with Severn Water in that , when they visited previously, and said something along the lines as,  ‘nothing to do with us’ , wasn’t to say the cover wasn’t an access point to water/sewage, just that it’s the householders drain cover , and the householders responsibility to replace it ( if it needs to be replaced )

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Message 16 of 17

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@iniltous 

That would be the most likely answer, and the image on the website posted by @darrendz1 , is the nearest match.

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Message 17 of 17

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Severn trent turned up again today and now agreed that it is there responsibility due to it being a shared drain.

Only issue now though is that they couldn't actually remove the cover so likely to need to dig.

 

Anyway, thats for everyone's input on this so far.

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