Reported via desktop in the Obstruction category anonymously at 13:42, Fri 22 January 2021
Sent to Bristol City Council less than a minute later
I do not accept the response to 2478197 or that this issue is 'fixed'.
While the roadworks may be essential, the blaring of Robbie Williams at 7.30am is not. Nor is it acceptable to be so close to residential properties that they are shaking.
We are living in unprecedented times through a lockdown that sees people at home constantly, with work and small children.
To be doing 'essential' works is one thing but to blare out and sing awful music relentlessly, to cheer and jeer in the middle of the night is disgusting.
If the following doesn't happen with immediate effect, a civil dispute will be raised:
- A schedule of the timings of the roadworks published the week ahead (so we know when we'll be woken up at 1am)
- No more music, swearing or unnecessarily inconsiderate conduct
- An update on progress weekly so we know what to expect the following week.
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Posted by Bristol City Council at 13:42, Fri 22 January 2021
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State changed to: Closed
Posted by Bristol City Council at 17:28, Wednesday 11 May 2022
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