Reported in the Roads/highways category anonymously at 10:07, Sat 14 December 2019
Sent to Hampshire County Council 3 minutes later.
FixMyStreet ref: 1887834.
There was a sign, "Welcome to Hampshire". It got knocked down, why has it not been replaced?
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Still open, via questionnaire, 14:17, Sun 12 January 2020
Hi Andrew Wood,
Please see the google link below:- https://www.google.com/ maps/ @50.9040927,-0.9496676,3a,90y,261.01h,67.74t/ data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s8Gs7y-v7rfsW8L4zjr6HUw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
Maybe, the two signs went “missing” when a land owner extended their boundary and eventually erected a fence? Was permission given to erect the fence and to remove both of the signs?
1. “Hampshire” border sign, 2. The bridge clearance sign.
Attached, a photo of proof that there was a border sign and a bridge clearance sign. The attachment is from http://thespring.co.uk/ media/ 2986/ a-no-70-the-lavant-stream-at-havant-and-rowlands-castle.pdf I remember the sign from when I first moved to Finchdean in August 1996, because I always asked myself, “Why was there not a West Sussex sign”. I have previously raised this issue many years ago.
If you need further assistance just ask, but I would like a response to this email.
Posted anonymously at 21:12, Mon 20 January 2020
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