Overgrown vegetation along pavement A367
Reported via mobile in the Vegetation blocking road or sign visibility - In the countryside category anonymously at 18:09, Sunday 19 September 2021
Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 3011550.
For as long as we’ve lived in Ten Acre Cottages, pedestrians have been unable to walk safely on the pavement from crossways and down Dunkerton Hill following the A367 towards Peasedown St John. There is overgrown vegetation and thorns as well as broken glass, rubbish, stones and debris. As there is also no safe access to a bus here (no crossing - not even an island) along a 50 mph collision route, we feel that the least that can be expected is to maintain this area so we can safely walk. I have two children and would also need to be able to use a pushchair, at least until the turning for Church Lane into Dunkerton village. We also feel that a proper pedestrian crossing should be in place to help vulnerable people cross the road. My only option for getting to Peasedown for work is to walk 90mins at the moment (I do not drive, contributing to your clean air zone) and even this is currently unsafe. Please sort this out as soon as possible. Thank you.
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