Pedestrian walkway is not wide enough and awkward to use
Reported via desktop in the Footpath / pavement problem category anonymously at 21:32, Wed 17 November 2021
Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later
The pedestrian walkway around the building site is appalling. It’s very narrow, has trip hazards (the yellow ‘feet’ of the orange barriers) and is extremely dangerous being so close to the traffic. It’s also at a complete right angle at the corner which makes it nigh on impossible to manoeuvre for a pram, wheelchair or similar. How the building site have managed to impede the road usage to the extent it has and for the time it has, one sadly questions whether corruption might inevitably be involved? No one appears responsible or willing to use ‘common sense’ in any decisions attributed to this site. For example; where will the new residents park their cars? 2 large dwellings with no off road parking. Any one with an ounce of intelligence would say it is doubtful whether 2 vehicles could park on the road in front of the properties without significantly inconveniencing their neighbours. Do you really think 2 large semi detached houses will only have 1 car each? Please sort this out.
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Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 21:32, Wed 17 November 2021
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