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Overgrown Trees and vegetation along Lillington Road

Reported in the Overgrown vegetation in Council parks and green spaces category anonymously at 13:45, Wed 2 September 2020

Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 2275056.

Overgrown bushes and trees on Lillington Rod. Particularly bad past turning into recreational fields . Please attend to address

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  • Resident called and advised that a council officer came and viewed the road in July (possibly August) and confirmed it was in a bad state.

    Resident advises that the trees and more overgrown and blocking the street lamp outside # 32 Lillington Road

    Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 10:14, Wed 30 September 2020

  • Why is the lantern in the children's playground always turned off.?Now that it's dark very quickly during the day, some lighting would come in handy. After 4 p.m. the children are still playing

    Posted anonymously at 16:51, Friday 8 January 2021

  • Apologies for the delay in dealing with this issue. The recreation ground (and any vegetation growing from that land) is the responsibility of Norton Radstock Town Council, but the adopted highway (and any vegetation growing on the adopted highway is the responsibility of B&NES). However there is no record of the Council maintaining vegetation along this stretch of road. We're trying to find out why this is the case and we'll provide an update shortly.

    Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 12:46, Wednesday 17 February 2021

  • We've looked at our records and the verge to the east of the sports ground fence is part of the adopted highway and so B&NES Parks Team will maintain it. It's not clear why this was never added to the grounds maintenance plans. A team will be there within the coming weeks to cut back the overhanging vegetation and clear the road of debris. The land to the west of the fence is managed by Norton Radstock Council (which presumably includes the lantern in the children's play area). Please direct any enquiries about this space to them.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 09:03, Wednesday 24 February 2021

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