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Vehicles using moorbrooke lane to access new houses being built and now also used by motorcycles as a short cut from laurel drive to coleshill rd

Reported in the Car parking category anonymously at 18:52, Monday 12 February 2018 using FixMyStreet Pro

Sent to North Warwickshire Borough Council and Warwickshire County Council 2 minutes later

The builders have removed wooden bollards which stopped vehicles using moorbrooke lane((No Through Rd ) at the cattery and beyond up to Laurel drive, since this build started the occupants are plagued with vehicles and motor bikes using this lane from the length of moorbrooke lane beyond the cattery.as a short cut , workman and traffic entry was supposed to by laurel drive (new entrance ) Its a public right of way moorbroke lane , for pedestrians only according to the Authorities Can the traffic bollards be put back asap please this has been going on for 6 month or more

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  • Although the builders have left completely the site the wooden bollard s have not been replaced in their original siting place just past the cattery property wall, the have installed only one bollard and that had been sited too far up the lane to be any use as cars are now starting to use the private road and the footpath to get to the new site causing obstructions As usual the plans have been breached and no action by NWBC

    Posted anonymously at 20:59, Sunday 1 July 2018

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