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Dangerous brick wall collapsing on public foot path.

Reported via mobile in the Other street defect category anonymously at 10:30, Thursday 18 March 2021

Sent to London Borough of Bexley less than a minute later

A 7foot brick wall is collapsing and bricks falling off. This is on a high foot traffic public highway. This area is in close proximity to two primary schools and as a consequence has regular children playing in the area. The bricks themselves are not only cracking at the cement joints but are also splitting and bursting due to the high stress load. The wall is approximately 12m long and is bowing out around 400 mm from its centre line and is getting increasingly unstable. This is a single skin wall with double Brick pillars. This is on bushy leas path way (falls under the public highways) the issue is now at a high risk of endangering the safety to the residents and general public and fatal to children. Action is required urgently. Thanks

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