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All I can say is "if that's a repair, well........". To me it looks like a case where whoever did all the damage to the surrounding paving stones should be pursued for the cost of reinstating the paving.
I agree. In this case the adjacent property was being refurbished and heavy lorries delivering building material were being parked or jacked up on the pavement. Easy enough to identify the house owner/landlord I would have thought.
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