Ooooooo narstee, very narstee indeedy-do. A partially collapsed culvert you say? Well it's not going to uncollapse itself and is far more likely to go even more, making the property inaccessible. And if it then floods...Contact of BIL had a mooch around this morning
His first questions essentially came down to how long it would be before anybody in the family ceased to care about the state of road.
Roughly 100 x 3 metres worth (plus three passing places) of misery and the really deep trough that causes the most trouble is actually a small culvert that has partially collapsed. In places road is gently slipping into the ditch alongside it
Minimum £30K to do something that will not be crap again in 5-10 years,
Mrs B and her sisters have gone very, very silent
Unless the alignment has blind bends I wouldn't have thought 3 passing places were required, 1 at the most, especially if it's a dead end? That'll knock, oooo £2k off the price. I'll take 10% of the saving, OK?