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Flooding blog for Oxfordshire: Tuesday, January 14

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    Martinwilliamson 8:27am Tue 14 Jan 14
    Some of the roads are now like sheet glass, WHY HAVE THEY NOT BEEN GRITTED. I have just come off my bike on the corner of westbury cresent, its like an ice rink, going to be a serious accident if not treated
    Score: 11
    actionandy 1:12pm Tue 14 Jan 14
    For those who have been flooded be prepared for the those coming in to "recover" your property. There is a British Standards, the PAS 64, a code of practice for recovering flood damaged buildings . Sadly, very few contractors are compliant with it. To ensure the best job - ensuring good surface and air quality as well as drying, you should have verification data of those components. To safeguard your interests and to ensure your contractor returnbs your home to a safe, hygienic and dry condition, use the forms on the PAS 64 overview. The link for the free overview with a workable checklist form and health and decontamination risk assessment is: http://www.actiondry .co.uk/british-stand ards-PAS-64.htm
    Score: 1
    Alun Evans 4:54pm Tue 14 Jan 14
    Great reporting again, guys! I hope you can now stand down and resume normal service.
    Score: 0
    LOU2265 5:04pm Tue 14 Jan 14
    Is Culham Bridge open does anyone know?
    Score: 0
    Floflo 6:17pm Tue 14 Jan 14
    LOU2265 wrote: Is Culham Bridge open does anyone know?
    Yes, it's open,
    Score: 1

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