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Misleading Street Name Plate

Reported anonymously at 21:46, Fri 1 May 2020

This Street Name Plate that was introduced in 2016 is misleading. It is listed as 'Worcester Terrace', when it is still in fact part of 'Clifton Park' and has always historically been. It should be listed as 'Clifton Park' with a possible suggestion of a red right-arrow pointing up to 'Worcester Terrace'. 'Worcester Terrace' already has a name plate which is on the railings of number '1 Worcester Terrace' and has been there on this Terrace railing since 1853. http://archives.bristol.gov.uk/Getimage.ashx?db=Catalog&type=default&fname=43207-19-15-001.700x700.jpg I and some of my neighbours have had post delivered to the property of '12 Clifton Park' because of this misleading street sign. This street sign is positioned in the front of the property, which as you can see on the photos is not on the Terrace itself. Sometimes the postman/woman thinks this is the start of 'Worcester Terrace' and they think this is in fact Number 1 ‘Worcester Terrace' or even Number '12 Worcester Terrace'. It's unnecessarily confusing and factually inaccurate.

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