This route is clearly signed as a walking and cycling route, and a diversion from the harbourside path that avoids steps. So why are there signs saying that skateboarding is prohibited? The walking and cycling signs look like they have been erected by the council, but the various 'No Skateboarding' signs look like they may have been erected by the company managing nearby residential property.
The "NO SKATEBOARDING" signs refer to not using them on the top of those wooden structures, which some Skateboarders were doing, as (1) it makes a hell of a noise and (2) the tops weren't designed to take those sort of stresses 😎 So those signs can stay, they should not be removed.
Posted anonymously at 20:59, Thu 20 January 2022
A citizen has provided a follow-up to the original enquiry.
Posted by Bristol City Council at 20:59, Thu 20 January 2022
This issue has been reallocated to the relevant officer or team for action. They'll update you on progress.
Posted by Bristol City Council at 15:28, Tue 25 January 2022
Provide an update