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Concrete Bollard

Reported in the Street Cleansing category anonymously at 11:34, Mon 25 July 2016

Sent to Stevenage Borough Council 1 minute later

Broken heavy Concrete Bollard rolling around on the grass verge of road. Been there for months very close to a busy T Junction so might end up on the road causing an accident if not repaired soon.

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  • Passed to fly tip team to clear area.

    Posted by Stevenage Borough Council at 14:13, Mon 25 July 2016

  • Area has been cleared.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Stevenage Borough Council at 16:06, Thu 4 August 2016

  • The Concrete bollard has been removed however urgent repair work is needed at where the concrete bollard was sitting as parts of concrete are sticking out and are making road crossing ground uneven & trip hazard.

    State changed to: Open

    Posted anonymously at 08:36, Fri 19 August 2016

  • The Concrete bollard has been removed however the concrete footing still remains making it a trip hazard. Could Works be arranged to fit new bollard as before.

    Posted anonymously at 21:43, Mon 24 April 2017

  • Hello,

    The concrete bollard has been removed by street cleaning. However part of the Conrete and Bottom section of Bollard is still on the Footpath and making this a Very Dangerous as its facing a Road junction. Please can you Tapper off the existing Bollard so it is not a Tripping Hazard and then arrange work to replace the Bollard as this would of been installed due to safety. I have seen people falling over the tripping hazardso please can you take urgent action ?


    Posted anonymously at 17:20, Mon 9 October 2017

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