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Public Footpath sign blown over and other issues

Reported in the Roads/highways category anonymously at 18:11, Sun 15 January 2017

Sent to West Sussex County Council 4 minutes later

The public footpath sign down Kingston Lane opposite Kingston Barn on the 3rd bend of the road has been blown over. The old one needs to be taken away and a new one installed. Its currently on the ground lying flat in the grass. It should be pointing down the small lane opposite.

Can a new one be put in place.

Also, it has come to my attention when walking my dog down the road that there is an increase in rubbish. To the north of streetlight 4 there is dumped concrete and lots of miscellaneous litter. Also in the ditch next to the horses field (next to East Kingston House) there is a large arm chair dumped! It has been there any months now and should be removed.

Lastly the bollards just after streetlight 8 look like they need replacing as they are leaning and damaged. They prevent cars falling into the ditch. It would be great if they could be replaced. The section of road between streetlight 4 and 8 could also do with some bollards as I have noticed that residents have put small logs to prevent cars mounting the grass however they are not adequate as cars knock them over constantly.

Thank you very much, hope these issues can be fixed to improve the great country lane!

Kind Regards

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  • New sign in place

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Emily Phealan at 15:20, Sunday 4 February 2018

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