Overgrown stinging nettles
Reported via mobile in the Obstructions on pavements and roads category anonymously at 22:36, Sunday 29 May 2022
Sent to London Borough of Bexley less than a minute later. Report ref: 3560028.
From the school to the green by No100, nettles are growing through the railings and causing a hazard. Quite often you’ll get stung walking along here.
This case is currently being investigated.
Further updates will follow.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by London Borough of Bexley at 07:27, Monday 30 May 2022
If you get stung regularly then you know it's a hazard so don't go near it, it's what's in law as YOU endangered yourself as you are aware of the danger
Posted by Nagig hower at 15:19, Monday 30 May 2022
The nettles are still overhanging the footpath. When the wheelie bins are awaiting collection the footpath is very cramped and a hazard for young children going to school. Further a black wheelie bin has been abandoned on the footpath and is a permanent obstruction
Posted anonymously by a non-staff user at 15:57, Wednesday 8 June 2022
Push the wheelie bin to the end
Posted by Vicky webster at 19:10, Wednesday 8 June 2022
Resident has called chasing for an update as the srting nettles are still overgrown and are now covering the whole pathway and no children from the school can walk on the pavement, this is dangerous for them
Posted anonymously by a non-staff user at 13:19, Thursday 23 June 2022
Still open, via questionnaire, 11:55, Monday 27 June 2022
Still overgrown and growing strong. To those saying “don’t go near it”, that’s not that easy if you live there. Yes, residents could cut it themselves but people could also take their own rubbish to the tip every week. We pay rates to have these services provided. Or not as the case may be.
Posted anonymously by a non-staff user at 11:59, Monday 27 June 2022
Not much better is it.
Posted anonymously by a non-staff user at 12:05, Monday 27 June 2022
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