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Location adjacent to HERAS commercial premises, Marsh Lane

Reported via desktop in the Footpath / pavement problem category anonymously at 12:11, Thursday 22 July 2021

Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later

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Aside from vegetation overgrowth, covered speed limit signage and masses of speeding car reports, HERAS are operating dangerously in close vicinity to private housing. HGVs and trailers are frequently parked on road by entrance to HERAS, sometimes left unattended, sometimes with engines running, frequently up the pavement making it necessary for pedestrians to pass by on roadway. All whilst waiting to enter HERAS yard. Evidence provided of forklift activity on the public road and vehicles being loaded/ unloaded on the highway whilst blocking residential driveways. Vehicles seen actually reversing out onto public road and into the vegetation beyond the pathway in order to turn adequately. Frequent reversing without banksmen. This is dangerous, has been common practice for at least a year and represents a real risk to the nearby residents.

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    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 12:11, Thursday 22 July 2021

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    Additional pictures show vehicles absolutely having to go up the pavement simply to enable them to make their turns into these commercial premises. Aside from the clear safety risks to residents, pedestrians and motorists, an assessment needs to be conducted in regard to length, size and height as loaded of these vehicles.

    Posted anonymously at 20:35, Tuesday

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