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Blocked Drains of North East side of road

Reported in the Roads/highways category by Philip Morris at 14:02, Thu 25 June 2015

Sent to Bristol City Council 3 minutes later

The vast majority of the gullies/drains from the flyover are blocked, see photograph

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  • Thank you for your online report regarding gully cleansing for St Philips Causeway. The Highway Officer has confirmed that this was carried out on the 30/06/15.That is funny Because I went out a few days later and took the same photographs, which are dated and timed. In Bristol we must have the fastest growing weeds in the World, unless the 'Triffids' have arrived - see photograph

    Posted by Philip Morris at 08:44, Mon 6 July 2015

  • Some 4 moths after first reporting this 'growth' in the drains I find it is still insitu and has grown somewhat. (see dated photograph). if it grows much more will it have a T.P.O. (tree preservation order) or perhaps become a S.S.I. (site of scientific interest) or perhaps an extension of Avon Wild Life Park ?

    Posted by Philip Morris at 20:29, Mon 26 October 2015

  • The grass has been cut from the drains, but not the dirt, grit that has filled them for the past 2 years.

    Posted by Philip Morris at 13:26, Sun 14 August 2016

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