Rubble collector van blocking the pavement on Bell Hill.
Reported in the Obstruction category anonymously at 16:36, Mon 24 August 2020
Sent to Bristol City Council less than a minute later
A new property is being built behind Beechwood House. Today rubble was collected from the site and the van parked across the pavement in front of the property blocking pedestrian access. The van is now gone but the resident is concerned this will be an ongoing issue as this seem to be the only available access to the property. The area around the van was not safely blocked off with cones etc. so kids was playing nearby the van. A secondary school is located opposite the property and many of the residents around are families. Feel it is not a safe approach if other vehicles will do the same during the property development to not provide access for pedestrians or properly block the area off around the vehicle.
A new enquiry has been raised for this issue.
Posted by Bristol City Council at 16:36, Mon 24 August 2020
The public pavement outside and around Beechwood House is being completely ruined by recent building work. These large lorry’s collecting boulders have dropped them and created pot holes in the pavement. The kerb stones have also been damaged by the vehicles themselves. Who will be responsible for putting this right? I notice all along this pavement is cracking and all the tarmac is getting much worse. As someone else has pointed out where should pedestrians walk? Should large heavy goods vehicles like this be parked up on the pavement?
Posted anonymously at 18:35, Sun 13 September 2020
A citizen has provided a follow-up to the original enquiry.
Posted by Bristol City Council at 18:35, Sun 13 September 2020
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