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Filthy walk ways /Path ways

Reported via iOS anonymously at 15:22, Wed 12 August 2020

Sent to Bristol City Council less than a minute later

Residents forced to clean up path ways next to their homes because the council refuse to provide a regular service to maintain the estate.

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  • This applies to all 6 paths on the estate of Bristol City Council estate . Some weeds looking like baby trees they have taken root in the foundation of the side of properties along side all paths . Never have they been cleaned . They would benefit from planned works going forward as we all pay Council Tsx and it’s well over due. Thank you

    Posted anonymously at 15:31, Wed 12 August 2020

  • Is there any chance the Council could cut all the green spaces more regular? This will help the tenants that are doing their bit to keep the estate a nice place to live. Thank you Very much

    Posted anonymously at 15:39, Wed 12 August 2020

  • What a joy to see this morning Clean Street doing what they do best ! Fantastic effort but still some ways to go.

    The second car park on Fox road got cleaned first time in several years. Over growing weeds ,general (6 black bags full ) rubbish all removed today. Massive Thank you to Clean Street and the guys for helping to make this area a better place to live. Please can we have them scheduled on a on going programme so that it never returns to the unsightly mess it was .

    I will update other interested neighbours Of the Good work that has started around Fox Rd.

    Kind regards

    Resident

    Posted anonymously at 11:24, Sun 16 August 2020

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