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The build out exiting Paulton is totally overgrown and the gully blocked

Reported in the Flooding of a road or pavement category anonymously at 10:59, Thu 25 July 2019

Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council 1 minute later. Council ref: 1708133.

The build out exiting Paulton is totally overgrown and the gully between the build out and kerb edge is full of debris. The road signs are dirty and I believe not all the bollard lights are working. Overhanging branches are blocking the view of highway signs when exiting the village. On the opposite side of the road by the field gate the road drain totally blocked with debris. The sign has been broken for some years now and the debris is building up rapidly. This has been reported before but you can see it is getting serious. Paulton Parish Council are aware and asking also for this all to be rectified.

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  • Thank you for your report, it will be reviewed by the appropriate team.

    Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 10:00, Thu 25 July 2019

  • We have looked into this issue and the appropriate action has been scheduled for future works.You can check back here for further updates.

    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 11:34, Mon 29 July 2019

  • This is once again all blocked with leaves. so not providing any drainage. All water is running down the road and most drains are blocked down Bath Road

    Posted anonymously at 09:23, Tue 10 December 2019

  • This was cleared once but with trees shedding leaves etc the area around the build out is full of debris again not allowing the road to drain properly

    Posted anonymously at 12:01, Fri 14 February 2020

  • Thsi was all cleared by residents

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted anonymously at 09:47, Friday 5 August 2022

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