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During periods of heavy rain or extreme weather, it takes longer for water to drain away as the main sewers the gullies connect to are running at full capacity.
Other causes include:
If the surface water has not cleared for some time and you consider it to be a danger, report it using this form.
All road gullies have standing water in them. This does not mean that they are blocked - this water acts as a trap to stop smells coming from the sewers.
If the drain is on private land you must contact the land owner.
If you don’t know who owns the land, contact the Land Registry on 0844 892 1111 or visit http://www.landregistry.gov.uk/.
If the blocked drain or gully is causing flooding inside a property, flooding which is causing damage to a property or flooding which is obstructing a road please call us on 01925 443322 so that we can deal with this as soon as possible.
You can report this anonymously if you wish, but you will need to provide an email address so that we can confirm we have received your report and tell you your reference number.
The data we collect from our online forms is stored for no more than six weeks. However teams within the council may store your data for longer in order to continue to provide you with the service you have requested.