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Railings, bollard and cars

Reported via desktop in the Pavement Defect category by Michael Nelki at 13:10, Tuesday 9 March 2021

Sent to Bristol City Council less than a minute later

I wish to report three separate problems which don't really fit into any of your categories. 1) The recently added railings installed between Lwr Guinea St and the adjacent car park are not affixed to the rest of of the railings. They need welding which has been forgotten. 2) The removable bollard has been lying left on the pavement for several days. It is a 'trip hazard, and should be replaced when the gap is not needed. 3) Multiple vehicles are seen parking on the Pedestrianized Lwr Guinea Street. This has been a problem for many months. Up to a dozen vehicles are parked each day; fork lift, lorry, vans and cars. The road is also used as a 'rat run' as the bollard at the other end has been permanently removed. The lorry parks over night and over the weekend! Many thanks for looking into these three hazards which have not been addressed by City and Country.

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  • A new enquiry has been raised for this issue.

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 13:10, Tuesday 9 March 2021

  • Well over a dozen vehicles parked on Lower Guinea Street pavement. A typical number, the lorry even parks overnight and all weekend. I understood that this was pedestrianised roadway. There has been much comment about this at the General. Many thanks for looking into this long standing matter.

    Posted anonymously at 12:50, Friday 12 March 2021

  • A citizen has provided a follow-up to the original enquiry.

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 12:51, Friday 12 March 2021

  • The locking plate of the removable bollard at the northern end of Lower Guinea Street has been damaged and is lying loose. It was presumably damaged by the through traffic onto the pedestrianised roadway. (You can see that the adjacent removable bollard has been permanently removed.) By the way, most pf the many broken paving stones have still not been repaired. Many thanks for looking into the multiple problems on Lower Guinea Street.

    Posted anonymously at 10:22, Sunday 14 March 2021

  • A citizen has provided a follow-up to the original enquiry.

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 10:22, Sunday 14 March 2021

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