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Officials issue update on Bodmin landslide

Officials issue update on Bodmin landslide

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 12:27pm 12th November 2019.

Officials have issued an update after torrential train triggered a landslide in Bodmin.

Rubble was left strewn across the road on Castle Street after a wall in front of a house collapsed.

Urgent checks were carried out on the property to make sure it is safe.

Now Cornwall Council says the house owner has arranged for the road to be cleared and bank supported.

The situation will then be reviewed and a decision will be made whether to reopen the road.

Landslide in Bodmin

"We're continuing to meet with the property owner who is responsible for repairing the wall. 

"The owner has arranged for the road to be cleared and the bank supported.  

"We'll be reviewing the situation and deciding whether to reopen the road. "

Cornwall Council

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Landslide in Bodmin

As on Tuesday 12th November, Inrix Traffic and Travel reads:

"Castle Street in both directions closed due to landslip between Cross Lane and Old Callywith Road.

"A local business confirms the road remains closed following a landslip that happened on the 2nd of November."

Inrix Traffic and Travel 

You can check the latest incidents affecting Cornwall's roads here.

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