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Damaged dry stone wall assisting horse escapes onto public highway

Reported anonymously at 11:24, Fri 12 June 2015

Sent to Dorset County Council and Weymouth and Portland Borough Council 1 minute later

The dry stone wall along Weston Street has been damaged for a few years,with increased traffic flow due to new housing projects it is vital the horses are contained.The hole in the picture is opposite Watery Lane where the stables are located I have witnessed equines using this as an exit.Both landowner and stable owner deny resposibility. The stable owner believing it is caused by subsidence. Thank you.

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 13:52, Fri 10 July 2015

  • I was told the problem had been dealt with,but it has not been fixed.I assume that means the person responsible for the wall has been informed?
    Regards

    Posted anonymously at 13:52, Fri 10 July 2015

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 20:49, Fri 7 August 2015

  • This problem has not been sorted from the picture given I took on 6th August.I did have a message that this had been dealt with,I can only assume it was passed on to the landowner or the person that rents the field to assume responsibillity. It still remains a danger next to the highway/
    Thankyou

    Posted anonymously at 20:49, Fri 7 August 2015

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 09:55, Sat 5 September 2015

  • It appears public or horse safety is not taken seriously in Weston Street on Portland.

    Posted anonymously at 09:55, Sat 5 September 2015

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