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Reported in the Obstruction category by Russell Boyes at 19:58, Sun 17 June 2018

Sent to Bristol City Council 2 minutes later

Crossing the road at the corner of Redland road and South Road is obstructed by overhanging shrubs. Traffic approaching from Cotham Brow can’t be seen and makes crossing the road dangerous. This has been reported previously weeks ago by several people and not been acted upon.

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  • Enquiry raised.

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 19:00, Sun 17 June 2018

  • Customer follow up.

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 08:05, Fri 6 July 2018

  • SAFETY ISSUE> This is urgent. the pavement is now impassible and people have to walk into oncoming traffic to get round it. It is on an important route to the primary school 100 m down Redland Road. Visibility for people crossing the road at this point is severely restricted. Please can this be tackled as a matter of urgency

    Posted by Alison RCAS at 09:00, Fri 6 July 2018

  • Reallocated.

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 10:38, Thu 12 July 2018

  • Customer follow up.

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 13:25, Sat 28 July 2018

  • The branches have now been cut back to head height leaving dangerous cut ends of pyracanthus branches. Please can the householder be asked to cut the growth back to a clear 2.3m headroom and to remove the growth of ivy etc which hangs over the wall of the property causing an obstruction of the pavement. This pavement is narrow and is on a main route to school for students at Cotham Primary school Elmgrove site. The current situation is dangerous for them and for people crossing Redland Road via the central traffic island. The road sign is also obstructed.

    Posted by Alison RCAS at 14:24, Sat 28 July 2018

  • Customer follow up.

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 20:25, Wed 19 September 2018

  • This photo is of my eye height. This pyracanthus has STILL not been cut back. It is a thorny bush with very hard sharp thorns which can cause severe allergic reactions. People are having to walk in the road to avoid it near a road junction which is already dangerous for cycles and pedestrians. IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THIS IS DEALT WITH IMMEDIATELY.

    Posted anonymously at 21:22, Wed 19 September 2018

  • Your enquiry has been passed to the appropriate department who will be in contact with you directly.

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 09:56, Thursday 19 September 2019

  • This Fix My Street enquiry has been automatically closed.

    State changed to: Closed

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 23:05, Wednesday 9 October 2019

This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location. Please reference 1342253 in your new report if it is an update on this one.