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Overgrown Hedge Forcing Pedestrians Onto Road

Reported anonymously at 19:21, Monday 31 May 2021

At the very sharp junction/corner where Western Avenue meets South Avenue, the private hedge that is next to the pavement/pedestrian way has been allowed to grow out over the pavement so that it now forces pedestrians, wheelchair users, pram pushers off the pavement into the road. Given the very sharp bend at this location, it is exceptionally dangerous. Could the enforcement of having this hedge cut back so the public have full, safe access to said pavement be prioritised please. Thank you.



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