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Along cycle lanes on Upper Bristol Road between Nile Street and Little Stanhope Street

Reported via mobile in the Potholes & road surface category anonymously at 18:32, Wed 14 December 2022

Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 4035459.

The cyclelane surfacing along this stretch is horrendous uncomfortable and borderline dangerous for cyclists. I am generally really impressed with the cycle improvements here and absolutely welcome them however it feels like a missed opportunity given that as the surfacing is so poor many cyclists will simply not use it.

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    State changed to: In progress

    Posted by Systems Team at 18:32, Wed 14 December 2022

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    Posted anonymously at 20:49, Mon 30 January 2023

  • Near the bus stop on Monmouth Place, Upper Bristol Road there are permanent Recycling bins that have overflowed with all sorts of rubbish, including food, cans, paper, etc. They are not collected on Thursdays (the allocated day of our rubbish collection) and it does not seem that the residents of the houses with these bins have been reprimanded for this clear violation. The rubbish, including food takes over the pavement and is an awful site for the residents, of which I am one. Even though our rubbish and recycling has strict requirements (for example, if we put glass with plastic our Recyling is not collected with an orange tag explaining how to recycle as required by the Council), it seems these bins remain as they are week after week without any change, or action against those violating the rules. Not only is this a terrible site, it is also dangerous to have food (once there was raw chicken breast on the floor) lying around day after day. There have been issues of rats in our backyards and food lying around like this does not help tackle this problem.

    Posted anonymously at 20:01, Mon 5 June 2023

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