Danger: shared use path being overgrown
Reported via desktop in the Obstruction category by Kurt Lampe at 17:36, Saturday 28 May 2022
Sent to Bristol City Council less than a minute later
Many parts of the shared-use walking/cycling path from Cattle Market Road near Temple Meads along the north bank of the river past Sparke Evans Park to the St. Phillips Causeway are rapidly being overgrown with blackberries and stinging nettle. It's becoming unsafe for pedestrians and cyclists to share the space, as these obstructions will soon make it hard for bikes to pass walkers. The problem is worse in some areas than others. This is a commuting route from Brislington that will see more and more use due to development.
A new enquiry has been raised for this issue.
Posted by Bristol City Council at 17:36, Saturday 28 May 2022
This issue is currently under investigation. We'll provide updates on the outcome as soon as we can.
Posted by Bristol City Council at 17:57, Monday 30 May 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 10:21, Tuesday 31 May 2022
This has been redirected to the Bristol City Council Parks team who are responsible for this matter. They'll provide further updates on the issue.
State changed to: Closed
Posted by Bristol City Council at 14:06, Wednesday 1 June 2022
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location. Please reference 3558203 in your new report if it is an update on this one.