Hedges hanging over into the road on the single track part and railway side of Tyning Road
Reported in the Vegetation blocking road or sign visibility - In a residential area category by Eileen Hyde at 17:11, Tuesday 30 June 2020
Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 2179821.
With the lockdown and Covid 19 advice to take exercise, the footfall down Tyning Road, to the public footpath across the railway and into the meadow, has been greatly increased. Added onto that is the fact that the hedges on the railway side of the road have not been cut in over two years. From the photographs, you will see that the hedge is not only completely over the double yellow markings but also is substantially decreasing the width of the road. This means that for the 20 or so households that live at the bottom of Tyning Road, access by car and for van deliveries, involves pulling into the hedge in order to avoid walkers. It has become much more difficult these past three months with the extra growth.
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