Footway restricted to 400mm wide.
Reported in the Public footpath or cyclepath category by Cliff Stanton (Bainton & Ashton Parish Councillor) at 10:54, Friday 10 January 2020
Sent to Peterborough City Council 2 minutes later. Council ref: 1929568.
Debris from previously overgrown hedge has restricted width of footway in Barnack Road, Bainton from 4ft to less than 500mm. Residents are still complaining to Parish Council about this. Has been ongoing problem that has been reported to PCC on a number of occasions. Prams etc. find it difficult to use footway. This section of path is on a dangerous bend in the road and requires urgent attention.
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Posted by Peterborough City Council at 10:56, Friday 10 January 2020
The Peterborough City Council Highways team have assessed this issue as a medium priority and aim to repair it within 2 months.
State changed to: Action scheduled
Posted by Peterborough City Council at 16:28, Thursday 16 January 2020
Why doesn’t someone pick up a brush and sweep in the the side if it’s that bad! This is a waste of the council’s resources! There are more important things than this that need doing!
Posted anonymously at 16:00, Monday 20 January 2020
In case there is a temptation to down grade the urgency of this problem as a result of the ill informed comment from 'anonymous' above, please be assured that it is more than just getting out a sweeping brush to clear some fallen leaves. There is a stretch of 50m or more of pavement where compacted silt and leaf mould with grass and weeds having taken root is severely restricting its width. The accident risk to pedestrians being forced off the kerb into the carriageway is high and requires urgent attention.
Posted anonymously at 09:51, Sunday 26 January 2020
Let’s not get rude here, I can see where the comment came from, the council isn’t well known for getting things done in our surrounding villages, and there just making that clear. There more focused on pouring millions of taxpayers pounds into those new rhubarb bridge pedestrian crossing death traps instead of the more important things. But I completely see where that previous comment came from but whoever left the comment before this, you are also labelled as ‘anonymous’ so please don’t judge. Maybe a small team in Bainton needs to get together and just scrape it up and if someone brings a brown bin it will be a 20min job. Let’s face it, the council won’t do it.
Posted anonymously at 22:25, Monday 27 January 2020
The works regarding this report have been completed. Please be aware that this job may be a temporary fix.
State changed to: Fixed
Posted by Peterborough City Council at 14:15, Monday 17 February 2020
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location.