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Protruding branches and twigs at crossing point on Crews Hole Rd are goes to cause an eye injury

Reported in the Obstruction category by Susan Acton-Campbell at 23:38, Tue 29 May 2018

Sent to Bristol City Council 1 minute later

When crossing from the east side of Crews Hole Rd, south of the junction with Troopers Hill Rd, to the west side of Crews Hole Rd, using the lowered kerbs, you are faced with a number of twigs and branches that if you are 5ft 8inches or taller, are going to cause an eye injury. The shrubs at this point and going north have been allowed to grow most than 50% over the footway. The repeater speed limit sign is now completely obscured. Please can the shrubs be cut back as a matter of urgency.

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  • Enquiry raised.

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 22:40, Tue 29 May 2018

  • Customer follow up.

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 10:50, Tue 3 July 2018

  • The pavement around the dropped kerb where pedestrians naturally cross to join the pavement opposite is substantially overgrown by shrubs and trees, in the main, a fast developing Buddlheia. I cross at this location with my children on our walk to school, were we stand at the kerb edge, which is too close to the road traffic to be safe or comfortable.

    Posted by Paul Osborne at 11:48, Tue 3 July 2018

  • State changed to: Closed

    Updated by Bristol City Council at 17:18, Wed 28 April 2021

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