Lamppost removed without residence notice and paving slab refitted and hole filled diabolically.
Reported in the Pavement Defect category anonymously at 19:57, Sun 10 March 2019
Sent to Bristol City Council 3 minutes later
The lamppost outside 15 Anglesea Place (BS8 2UN) has been removed without notifying residence - is this permanent or temporary? In the meantime the paving slab has been relayed (and hole filled) appallingly, with a lip against the kerb and one of the adjoining paving slabs at least 1 inch deep, causing a trip hazard. Also it hasn't been pointed and this, along with the recess, means rain water will naturally collect there and drain into the coal hole below, weakening the 170 year old lime mortar (this is a Grade II listed property). Therefore from a health & safety and property damage point of view, please could this be rectified as soon as possible. Thank you.