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The problem is on Gays Hill outside the gate of the property Gays House

Reported via desktop in the Faded road markings category anonymously at 10:51, Sunday 7 July 2024

Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 6199543.

There are two sets of road markings and they are contradictory. Since both are faded, it is not clear whether this space is still a parking space or whether it is a double yellow line. The double yellow lines in the area have recently been repainted, however, as you will see in the photos, not the part that covers this space, so it now appears that the parking space option is the correct one. When there is a car parked here, turning out onto Gays Hill fron Belgrave Crescent can be extremely difficult. We request that you review the road markings and repaint so that the correct markings for this space are clear to the general public. This has become a particular issue since you repainted the double lines, but did not include the lines in this space.

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    State changed to: In progress

    Posted by Systems Team at 10:52, Sunday 7 July 2024

  • Hello, Here are some additional photos showing clearly how there are 2 sets of contradictory markings on the road and how the recent painting of the markings seems to indicate that this space is no longer a double yellow area. In the third photo you can see the wall on the opposite side of the road. If a car is parked at the top end of the space I refer to, you can see I hope, the challenges of turning left onto Gays Hill from Belgrave Crescent. The road is very narrow anyway at this point and it is also hard for certain vehicles to pass without touching the wall, when there is a car parked in the space.

    Posted anonymously at 18:31, Tuesday 16 July 2024

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    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Systems Team at 09:24, Thursday 18 July 2024

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