Paving slabs lifted causing a real trip hazard
Reported in the Pavements/footpaths category by Keith Buggins at 16:50, Tue 22 August 2017
Sent to Gloucestershire County Council 5 minutes later
Adjoining paving slabs have tilted and lifted which are now causing a real trip hazard on a stretch of pavement with a heavy footfall. The path is used by many elderly people which in my opinion is a danger.
Still open, via questionnaire, 19:39, Tue 19 September 2017
My only experience at the moment is disappointment as other repair work in the road has been promised and not materialised either.
Posted by Keith Buggins at 19:39, Tue 19 September 2017
Still open, via questionnaire, 20:25, Tue 17 October 2017
I assume that the situation does not meet the criteria of being dangerous as the problem has not been addressed
Posted by Keith Buggins at 20:25, Tue 17 October 2017
Still open, via questionnaire, 13:37, Wed 15 November 2017
I assume that like a lot of other similar paving slabs on the same stretch of footpath it does not meet the criteria of being a trip hazard. I have actually witnessed someone trip but fortunately they didn't fall to the floor. Perhaps it will get looked at if someone actually does fall !!! I won't request another questionnaire as there doesn't seem much point after 3 months.
Posted by Keith Buggins at 13:37, Wed 15 November 2017
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