Severely restricted footpath
Reported in the Hedges / Trees on road or verge category by Bob Baxter at 22:38, Sat 2 January 2016
Sent to Warwickshire County Council 2 minutes later
The footpath between Kinwarton Farm Road and Crookes Lane is severely restricted due to overgrown hedges or grass encroachment. Consequently pedestrian and road safety is compromised. In order to pass each other one has to often walk into the carriageway or pull into someone's drive. This footpath now gets greater footfall as a result of the new development in Kinwarton Farm Road and needs your swift attention.
Warwickshire County Council has received your report which will be reviewed accordingly. There are no automatic updates to the status of this report - this is something we are working on as part of the improvements to fault reporting
Posted by warwickshirecountycouncilvf at 11:54, Mon 4 January 2016
Still open, via questionnaire, 01:06, Sun 31 January 2016
Still open, via questionnaire, 17:32, Sun 28 February 2016
Footpath remains severely restricted and this is before the hedges start to grow!
Posted by Bob Baxter at 17:32, Sun 28 February 2016
We are on holiday at the moment but prior to 20 March we can say that the situation remains the same but is now made worse by bottles and cans being thrown into the hedgerows.
Posted by Bob Baxter at 19:07, Sun 27 March 2016
Still open, via questionnaire, 19:36, Sun 24 April 2016
How long is it going to take before the local authority before they does something about this issue?
Posted by Bob Baxter at 19:36, Sun 24 April 2016
Still open, via questionnaire, 07:47, Mon 23 May 2016
Still open, via questionnaire, 08:53, Mon 20 June 2016
The hedges continue to grow causing greater danger to pedestrians. The stinging nettles are at push chair height and very likely to stroke a child's face and cause great distress. Does anyone from the Highways read this website or is it all a bit of a charade?
Posted by Bob Baxter at 08:53, Mon 20 June 2016
State changed to: Closed
Posted anonymously at 11:06, Thu 15 March 2018
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location.