Reported via iOS anonymously at 20:23, Fri 14 August 2020
Sent to Bristol City Council less than a minute later
Please can Bristol City council Housing Officers Check that two properties which backs in to Fox Road Easton they need to be made secure both back gates are open and one of the back walls looks like it leaning away from the boundary line.
Serous incident on Fox Road It is only luck that no one was not seriously hurt or killed when two walls collapsed on to the pavement and road due to a tree roots growing close to boundary back walls.
Fox Road and adjoining street have some very large trees that need to be Risk assed because of the size these type of trees can grow to. We need trees but we need them to be safe for everyone and their homes. This is not the first time this has happened on the estate. Some are to close to homes and boundary walls. Most people living on the estate have no skills ,experience or safety equipment to maintain such trees. Please can the Council / Tree Surgeon work with residence to come up with a reasonable solution and plan so we can move forward and minimise Risk to property and everyone concerned .
Posted anonymously at 12:44, Sun 23 August 2020
Estate Officer for the Council insist the wind blew down the walls. No sure why all the walls did nt blow down too. It’s clear that the tree roots grow so close to the wall and collapsed both Neighbors walls!
Posted anonymously at 23:15, Fri 11 September 2020
Still open, via questionnaire
Still open, via questionnaire, 16:54, Wed 21 October 2020
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