Overhanging trees and shrubs causing the pedestrian to have to step into the road,potentially oncoming traffic. This needs to cut back to the height off the wall.
Reported in the Trees category anonymously at 14:01, Sun 29 October 2017
Sent to Bristol City Council 4 minutes later
The overhanging trees and bushes have never been cutback enough for pedestrians to safely walk on the pavement. I would suggest they are cutback to the roots or those responsible manage the issue.
Still open, via questionnaire, 19:52, Mon 4 December 2017
I spoke to a friend who mentioned that I use this site to address the problem I have. I would have hoped that this would have been resolved by now but 1 month down the line and I and others still have to step into the road of oncoming traffic. Maybe it is too much to ask that this problem be cut back to the roots so maintenance can be kept to a minimum.
Posted anonymously at 19:52, Mon 4 December 2017
Still open, via questionnaire, 22:35, Tue 2 January 2018
I would have hoped that this would have been resolved by now but 2 months down the line and I and others still have to step into the road of oncoming traffic. You would think that this simple problem could have been resolved by now. If somebody could at least say that they are getting any movement on this that would be great. Please can this be dealt with.
Posted anonymously at 22:35, Tue 2 January 2018
Still open, via questionnaire, 20:01, Thu 1 February 2018
This issue has still not been resolved and from what I understand this issue may have to be brought to the attention of a company called Twelve Trees, as this falls within their estate boundary. I'm sure if Twelve Trees would like to come and visit the location they would have a clearer understanding of the potential dangers this is causing.
Posted anonymously at 20:01, Thu 1 February 2018
Still open, via questionnaire, 13:03, Sat 3 March 2018
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