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Hedges overgrown, scratching cars

Reported in the Obstruction category anonymously at 18:42, Thursday 8 August 2019

Sent to Bristol City Council 3 minutes later

Hedges running on parked car side are very overgrown making parking very difficult and resulting in scratches to cars.

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  • Perhaps motorists should stay off the pavement!! The pavement is for pedestrians not anti-social, ignorant motorists to leave their property on, causing an obstruction and damaging the pavements.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted anonymously at 19:23, Thursday 8 August 2019

  • This is designated parking, not a walkway. The issue remains, the hedges need trimming by the council. There's no other parking on this stretch on Albert Parade.

    State changed to: Open

    Posted anonymously at 20:06, Thursday 8 August 2019

  • Can you tell me, what qualifies it as designated parking. Looking at street view it looks like a footpath but with motorists who abandoned their cars on it.

    I’ll gladly stand corrected should the facts prevail

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted anonymously at 21:20, Thursday 8 August 2019

  • There's no double yellows and nowhere else to park. If you're only looking at Street View you've obviously never experienced the street for yourself so worth taking a little stroll to see the situation.

    State changed to: Open

    Posted anonymously at 22:16, Thursday 8 August 2019

  • There’s nothing that qualifies it as parking spaces, then. Driving on to the pavement is illegal and obstructs for pedestrians especially disabled people and parents with pushchairs. Completely obstructing the pavement forces them in to the road. Pavements are for pedestrians not motorists to leave their private property. Have some consideration and park somewhere else

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted anonymously at 23:38, Thursday 8 August 2019

  • Problem remains

    Posted anonymously at 07:54, Friday 9 August 2019

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