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Hedging in need of cutting on dangerous bend

Reported in the Trees category anonymously at 16:47, Mon 25 July 2016

Sent to St Edmundsbury Borough Council 2 minutes later

At the junction of Front Street / B1063 and B1085 the hedging is so overgrown that I am having to pull into the road to see clearly to manoeuvre. This is especially bad when exiting Front Street to get onto the B1063 to head right toward Ashley. I cannot see safely to the left or right. This junction is dangerous enough as it is without the added problem of restricted visibility. It would be most helpful if a priority system be set up for vehicles entering the B1063 from Front Street or the B1085 as no-one knows who has priority and there is often a stand off. I have also seen vehicles shoot out of the B1085 onto the B1063 without stopping, probably not realising it is a junction.

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 17:42, Mon 22 August 2016

  • Not good felt like I got sloping shoulders treatment, not my problem guv'nor.

    Posted anonymously at 17:42, Mon 22 August 2016

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