Here are some recently asked questions
There are pot-holes in my road. In the 1st instance, this should be reported to The Street Doctor.
Our Street Light is still out. Contact the Clerk of the Parish Council who will arrange for EON to become aware of the continued problem.
Is a Smart Meter for Gas and/or Electricity right for me? See the news article on this topic here.
How bad does a pothole have to be to get fixed? According to Northants County Council:
For a pothole to be considered a safety defect it has to be at least 40mm deep but this is on our busiest roads. For more local roads, our intervention levels would start at a depth of 50mm.
Not all defects therefore will be classed as safety defects since they will not be of sufficient severity to warrant action at present. This does not mean that there are no defects present.
Although this may sometimes give the impression that we are ignoring problems, we have to prioritise our limited maintenance funding and cannot fix all defects reported to us.
See the full description about potholes here