Long grass starting to cause obstruction
Reported via mobile in the Grass cutting category anonymously at 10:14, Friday 2 June 2023
Sent to Buckinghamshire Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 4622458.
Regular problem on these cross roads. Grass is becoming long and obscuring views to exit cross roads safely. Already need to edge onto road to see what is coming. Grass needs to be cut not just at cross roads but further along to see what is coming. This junction has quite a few accidents and grass cutting regularly would be benifical to the safetyof road users. Not just the 2-3? scheduled per year.
An officer will carry out an inspection within the next 10 working days and arrange to have the issue resolved as soon as possible after that.
We can confirm that our grass cutting programme for this year has commenced.
Please be advised that we are unable to give specific dates for urban grass cutting. Our works programme is very weather dependant and subject to delays. We therefore ask that you remain patient should there be delays or excessive growth in-between cuts.
Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 10:14, Friday 2 June 2023
As Highway Authority, we need to make sure verges remain safe, this is particularly vital at road junctions where clear visibility for motorists and pedestrians is important. We have a schedule for grass cutting across Buckinghamshire,
First cut of 2023:
Urban grass started w/c 17 April and will end w/c 19 June
Rural grass started w/c 17 April and will end w/c 5 June
Please note, planned dates may be delayed due to weather conditions.
Second cut of 2023: To be advised, we will update the Buckinghamshire Council webpage with the date as soon as possible.
In addition, we will continue to monitor all issues on the public highway as part of our Highways Safety Inspection Policy and take appropriate action when required.
State changed to: Closed
Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 13:07, Thursday 8 June 2023
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