Corner of Hatters Lane into Guinions Road 1a -7 Guinions Road issue
Reported in the Footpath / pavement problem category by Mark Smith at 11:28, Friday 8 February 2019
Received by Buckinghamshire County Council moments later
Monday, Inexperienced a 5 yr old girl nearly getting reversed into due to a parent doing a 3 point turn in Guinions Road right opposite Beechview School, I live in 1a Guinions Road and everyday since I remember I have had to deal with argumentative parents not listening to me and getting abuse as they always park their cars on the double yellow lines and totally on the full path and on our grass verge outside our house, nobody ever listens and seeing this little girl nearly being run over was a sight to much. I’ve notice there has been plastic wooden effect post installed further along Guinions Road to stop people parking on the kerb, ‘this is what is needed ASAP to stop the death of a child or parent. I have 2 children who go to this school and don’t need to see the amount of abuse I receive when asking people not to park on the path or on the kerb where the double yellow lines are.
I need your help to stop a child being injured or killed ASAP.
I look forward to your response
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Transport for Buckinghamshire
Posted by Buckinghamshire County Council at 11:30, Friday 8 February 2019
Green people carrier today was parked on yellow zig zags as per the yellow writing on the road. All cars are parked illegally as they do everyday, everyday there is a car fully parked on the whole path so abled or disabled person can pass by safely.
Posted by Mark Smith at 15:49, Wednesday 13 February 2019
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