Wooden bollards destroyed.
Reported in the Pavements/footpaths category anonymously at 14:55, Thu 24 January 2019
Sent to Kingston upon Thames Borough Council 5 minutes later
The left turn side into Woodgate Avenue from Mansfield road has the wooden bollards destroyed, possibly by the bus K4 turning left, Either way they need replacing by the Council. Looks like two are now broken.
Still not fixed. Still broken... If they are no longer needed, why not remove them? Rather than leave them all broken and busted up!
Posted anonymously at 09:00, Thu 28 February 2019
Still open, via questionnaire
Removed them, now the grass verge is becoming a bog, so pedestrians need not try to cross the road there. So why not widen the road and scrap the grass next!!!! Eye sore, and as usual council doesn't give a hoot.
Posted anonymously at 12:58, Tue 12 March 2019
Bog, more than agree. Summer will be ok, but wait till rain and winter comes. It the council wants to put limits on roads in this way, using bollards and wide green space, then maintain them as designed. Dont let them go to ruin? If not, as stated, remove them and widen the road and loose them for good. Its not good enough given that we all pay council tax. Treat Chessington as you treat North Kingston for example!!!
Posted anonymously at 09:11, Mon 1 July 2019
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