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Could you PLEASE clear up the debris, leaf litter and filth at the bottom of Perrymead where it joins Ralph Allen Drive and continues up.

Reported in the Excessive or dangerous littering category anonymously at 10:01, Thursday 8 August 2019

Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council 4 minutes later. Council ref: 1724523.

This applies not just to the pavement but to the road guttering. I have just walked home from work and been covered in filth as a commuter's car spun its wheels in the gutter whilst pulling out sending clods of disgusting earth and goodness knows what else flying into the air. All residents keep the outside of their properties clear - is it too much to ask for the Council to maintain and clean its highways? We seem to be forever requesting this to be done. And please don't tell me there is a regular schedule for this cleaning - there is not - as can be seen from the disgusting state of this stretch of Perrymead. Please let me know when this stretch will be cleared. Look forward to hearing from you.

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  • State changed to: Action scheduled

    Updated by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 13:33, Monday 9 September 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 12:59, Thursday 12 September 2019

  • We have dealt with this issue and the report is now closed. Further comments may not be monitored.

    Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 12:59, Thursday 12 September 2019

  • The council has not fixed this issue. The kerb and guttering all the way up Perrymead (from Ralph Allen Drive) on the right hand side to where the houses start is still full of dirt, mud and debris. The pavement is also covered in leaf litter and debris, is slippery as a result and dangerous to pedestrians. Please stop saying a reported problem is ‘fixed’ when it patently is not.

    Posted anonymously at 19:45, Friday 13 September 2019

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