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Overgrown vegitation

Reported in the Hedges / trees on rights of way category anonymously at 10:49, Fri 12 August 2016

Sent to Warwickshire County Council 1 minute later

The pathways from galley common riding school (Chesterton drive) all the way up to the tunnel on park lane are all massively overgrown with vegitation including lots of stinging nettles. It is impossible to walk on the path on park lane with a pushchair meaning that pedestrians are walking in the road

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    Posted by countyhighways@warwickshire.gov.uk at 16:36, Fri 12 August 2016

  • Finally today the hedges are all getting cut back!! This has been a problem for many months. It's now safer thanks for sorting it out

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Claudette Jordan at 09:37, Thu 18 August 2016

  • Whilst the hedges have been cut back the vegetation on the pathways remain!!!! This means that the pathways are still unusable due to stinging nettles blocking the majority of the pathway therefore pedestrians are still having to use the road!

    Posted anonymously at 13:01, Wed 24 August 2016

  • Workman arrived on Wed 24th August spent 40mins clearing only half the pavement and drove off. When are the council finishing the rest? Unbelievable! Pavement is still blocked by vegetation and people are still having to walk in the road dangerously on the approach to the junction/bend!

    Posted by Claudette Jordan at 16:35, Mon 29 August 2016

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