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Biggin Hill sink hole to be closed up

A sink hole that appeared in the main road running through Biggin Hill, Kent, is to be repaired.

The sinkhole, which appeared last week close to Biggin Hill Airport, was caused by a burst water main, Thames Water has confirmed.

A Thames Water spokesperson said: “We’ve completed the repairs to the burst main, which needed to be carefully planned so that our engineers could carry out the work safely.

“We’re now arranging for the road to be repaired and resurfaced. We expect our work to be completed by Sunday evening and apologise for any disruption this has caused to drivers.”

Thames Water is now working with Bromley Council to repair the road surface.

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