Among the potholes we are still hoping to see fixed (well, the election has passed now so perhaps we should expect progress on this front to slow down) is the one on Colindale Avenue.
I am now calling this the Colindale spring, as the hole is due to the road collapsing on top of a leaking stopcock under the tarmac, and the pothole is full of water. Veolia dug the road up once (at least) and fiddled around under there, but they didn't fix the problem, which worsens each day.
The unfortunate people living next to the Colindale spring have their car splashed with dirty water every time a bus or car drives through the puddle. And, as you can see from these pictures, pedestrians must run the gauntlet every time they pass it. Fortunately, I suppose, the road is one lane at the moment, as the road is also being dug up outside Colindale station (this will last for several months). This means that people do at least have a minute to run for it while the lights at one end are red, and before the traffic from the other end arrives.
P.S. I would like to propose to the local Labour councillors that they get along to the Colindale spring and have their photos taken for the local paper. Then they could also appear on the fantastic Glum Councillors website. An opportunity is going begging.