House on road not cuttng back/maintaining trees that are now overgrowing and are causing a nuisance to pedestrians.
Reported in the Obstruction category anonymously at 12:54, Thu 20 September 2018
Sent to Bristol City Council 1 minute later
Many trees outside this property have not been maintained and looks like a drug den, please ask council to investigate who residents/tenants of this property are. Vehicles often badly parked on footpath outside house and taking up lots of space, which causes further nuisance to pedestrians especially those with prams and wheelchairs as they can't use footpath due to vehicles taking up most of footpath.
Posted by Bristol City Council at 11:55, Thu 20 September 2018
Posted by Bristol City Council at 09:56, Fri 21 September 2018
Posted by Bristol City Council at 12:31, Mon 24 September 2018
Customer follow up.
Posted by Bristol City Council at 17:10, Mon 24 September 2018
House in question is next to one pinned onto map of incident raised, you'll see which house it is when you visit the area as it's quite obvious. Property which is set further back from main road than other properties on road.
Posted anonymously at 18:06, Mon 24 September 2018
Can I have an update on this item please, as it's been nearly a month since I updated the incident
Posted anonymously at 21:22, Tue 23 October 2018
Parking outside problem house still crap and has got worse, please visit this street and inform residents all along this area towards Glenwood Road to be more pedestrian aware or fine them!!, fed up of folding car wing mirrors in and them parking across half of the footpath this has to stop now.
Posted by Phil Rafferty at 19:10, Friday 18 January 2019
Customer follow up.
Posted by Bristol City Council at 19:10, Friday 18 January 2019
Your enquiry has been passed to the appropriate department who will be in contact with you directly.
Posted by Bristol City Council at 09:40, Tuesday 25 June 2019
Your enquiry has now been closed.
State changed to: Fixed
Posted by Bristol City Council at 23:06, Monday 15 July 2019
Provide an update