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Cars/vans parged on the grass verge causing extensive damage to the verges

Reported in the Footpaths/ Rights of way (usually not tarmac) category anonymously at 12:04, Mon 17 September 2018

Sent to Norfolk County Council 1 minute later

Grass verges are being destroyed by vehicles parking on them.

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  • The issue still exists,nieghbours parking on the grass verges and chewing them to mud. NCC do not seem to care.However,a couple of years back,they stopped the local kids playing football on a nearby grassed area,go figure!

    Posted anonymously at 13:21, Mon 15 October 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Still nothing done,the grass verge now is so chewed up it is a mud bath,obviously NCC do not care.

    Posted anonymously at 14:40, Mon 12 November 2018
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  • Still no visit from NCC,it is clear that they do not care about this abuse of their grass verges. In the meantime,I have to cope with wading through a mudbath each time I wish to place a letter in the PO's postbox.I can 'understand' that occupiers of 'council houses' do not care about the appearance of their homes,but why should they be allowed to inflict this kind of damage in front of other peoples homes?

    Posted anonymously at 15:28, Mon 10 December 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • No improvement,the ocupirers of the rented homes continue to destroy the grass verge outside my home.

    Their attitude is that it's council property so why care about it!

    Posted anonymously at 16:01, Monday 7 January 2019
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  • I had an email from the local district counseller but no follow up and certainly no action has been taken.

    Posted anonymously at 17:05, Monday 4 February 2019
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  • The gas supply to my home has been damaged by these vehicles parking/driving along this grass verge. The steel gas main was broken at the point where my gas supply pipe joins,the repairing engineer told me that the most likely cause was parking/driving on the grass verge above the steel pipe.

    Posted anonymously at 17:56, Monday 4 March 2019
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