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Walcot Parade. Junction of Margaret's Hill and London Road

Reported via desktop in the Railings, bollard, & post damage category by John Revell at 12:12, Sun 15 October 2023

Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 5098910.

At this junction the pavement fencing and the stonework in which it is embedded have been displaced, presumably by a reversing vehicle. The cast-iron end post now overhangs London Road.

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  • Thank you for your report. We will review the details you submitted and will inspect the site if necessary. You can support our investigation by providing as much detail as possible. If you can provide any extra information, please add an update to this report.

    We respond to 4 out of 5 reports of railings, bollards and post damages within 4 working days, once we have decided on the best course of action.

    You can visit our website to find out what we do and why it can take longer than you might expect. https://beta.bathnes.gov.uk/ how-we-deal-problems-road-network

    State changed to: In progress

    Posted by Systems Team at 12:12, Sun 15 October 2023

  • We've looked into this report and are investigating the issue.
    We will update this report once we decide what action to take.

    State changed to: Investigating

    Posted by Systems Team at 11:15, Thu 19 October 2023

  • We've passed this report to another team in the council. They will carry out any further work needed. Sometimes it can take a little longer as a result.

    We'll update this report once we've decide what action to take.

    Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 11:16, Thu 19 October 2023

  • The end post is hanging from a connection at a single point, which must be under strain from the post's weight. If the connection fails the post will fall into London Road and could be a hazard, particularly to two-wheeled vehicles.

    Posted by John Revell at 17:45, Sun 12 November 2023

  • The next post now looks rather weak too. Any update from the report (nearly 3 months ago) please?

    Posted anonymously at 16:47, Thursday 11 January 2024

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