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23 Westbrook end public footpath access road.

Reported in the Footpath / pavement problem category by Adam Usher at 18:17, Mon 16 July 2018 using FixMyStreet Pro

Received by Buckinghamshire County Council moments later

Public footpath and access road has been destroyed by recent building works at number 25 Westbrook end. The builder has stated it's not his responsibility to report as it is council pathway and road.

The pathway causes extreme issues for pedestrian specifically disabled and pushchair. It is heavily used each day by people on the school run

It also now damages cars on the access road. And they are having issues selling the property due to the state of the access road.

We are concerned for the public, our children, our vehicles how this may affect the sale of our property should we wish to sell our house.

Please can someone act as a matter of emergency before someone really gets injured.

In the winter it is even worse and many people fall over.

Regards Mr Usher

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    Posted by Buckinghamshire County Council at 18:20, Mon 16 July 2018

  • We have assessed your report and the repair of this defect has been added to our programme of works.
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    Transport for Buckinghamshire

    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by Buckinghamshire County Council at 09:20, Tue 17 July 2018

  • This is still a problem the whole slip road needs levelling and resurfacing. My 3 year old daughter fell over and cut both elbows and knees despite holding my hand and walking sensibly. A little big of tarmac was added at the bottom, but this doesn't fix the problem for the many people who use is as a foot path daily walking to and from school. As the cold weather approaches it will become more dangerous and I'm sure there will be more accidents if it's not fixed properly. I will add photos once we have day light.

    Posted anonymously at 22:57, Fri 16 November 2018

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