WORK is set to begin on the Co-op car park in Rubery on Monday to sort out the potholes which motorists have complained about for months.
The news was revealed at the Rubery Partners and Communities Together (PACT) meeting at Waseley Hills High School.
At previous PACT meetings, drivers had expressed fears of damage being caused to their cars because of the number of potholes in the area and the depth of some of them.
And it was feared it would only get worse with the winter weather.
Resident Anny Richardson got in touch with the car park owners, Kingswinford-based L&C Investments.
They got back in touch with her and confirmed the work would be carried out in two stages.
She told The Standard: “It has affected a lot of people in the village for a long time.
“I was worried that there will be a serious accident there if nothing was done.”
LCP manages the New Road, Rubery, shopping parades on behalf of L&C Investments.
Asset manager for the site Rakesh Joshi said: “As part of our ongoing investment and scheduled site improvement, as well as taking on board the feedback of residents within the local community we can confirm repair works are scheduled to begin on Monday to repair potholes.”