Dangerous illegal parking on pavement and white line corner.
Reported in the Objects in the road category anonymously at 15:36, Sat 29 June 2019
Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council 3 minutes later. Council ref: 1678448.
A transit van regularly parks on the single white line on the corner with a trailer. They park on the pavement so pushchairs and wheelchair users and pedestrians regularly have to go in the road. This is a blind corner so very dangerous and illegal.
Thank you for your report, it will be reviewed by the appropriate team.
Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 14:40, Sat 29 June 2019
We have dealt with this issue and the report is now closed. Further comments may not be monitored.
State changed to: Fixed
Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 10:32, Tue 2 July 2019
Still open, via questionnaire, 16:35, Sat 27 July 2019
Still parking dangerously.
Posted anonymously at 21:17, Mon 9 September 2019
This van continues to be parked dangerously, often right across the pavement, with a trailer in tow, meaning pedestrians have to use the road - okay if you are young and fit, not so much if you are in your eighties or nineties and struggle to get around.
Posted anonymously at 22:29, Mon 14 October 2019
Parking so dangerously this needs to be addressed.
Posted anonymously at 14:47, Tue 15 October 2019
Please please address this - pushchairs and disabled users have to go into the road on a blind bend. The person parking does not even live in Ringswell Gardens.
Posted anonymously at 14:48, Tue 15 October 2019
Still there - right across the pavement at this moment. Surely something can be done to get the driver to park more considerately.
Posted anonymously at 19:34, Sun 3 November 2019
I don't think anyone is reading these comments you may need to open a new case
Posted anonymously at 21:03, Sun 3 November 2019
Still there. Mind you, the trailer is a convenient place to chuck your rubbish.
Posted anonymously at 18:44, Tue 10 December 2019
I reported this originally. You need to open a new case as they closed this one saying they couldn't do anything and I had to report it to the highways department for a change in law, as they cant penalise what he is doing apparently. Maybe a few notes on the windscreen might help, I'll start them if you do too!!
Posted anonymously at 19:11, Tue 10 December 2019
I wonder what they'd say if someone had an accident because they'd had to walk in the road because the pavement was blocked by this character (like it is right now).
Posted anonymously at 17:11, Thu 19 December 2019
Banes PLEASE investigate!!! Poster have you put a note on their windscreen? Do you know where they live?
Posted anonymously at 18:07, Thu 19 December 2019
We’re sorry we've been unable to respond to your report.
We’ve made a few changes recently to improve the way we respond to reports. We’re closing down any reports we think are now out of date, including this one, so that these changes can take effect.
If you think this issue still requires attention, please report it again.
State changed to: No further action
Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 09:01, Wednesday 6 May 2020
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location.