Clear up your mess!

Rubble on one side of the Lam Brook and the repaired wall on the other.
Rubble on one side of the Lam Brook and the repaired wall on the other.

Whoever it was repaired the wall – bordering the flats – beside the Lam Brook and near the London Road – did a very good job.

The abandoned rubble.
The abandoned rubble. Click on images to enlarge.

The problem is bags of your rubble waste have been lying on the other side of the watercourse and in the grounds of the now derelict Harvester Inn beside the Gloucester Road for weeks and weeks.

Please take it away.

Also how long is it going to take the highways department of B&NES to come and make good the broken kerbstones opposite Alice Park.

Users l am afraid are parking their vehicles – many of which are big four by fours – on the kerb. This is the damage they are doing.

Broken kerbstones on the Gloucester Road
Broken kerbstones on the Gloucester Road

Why cannot the owners of the old Harvester site open it for  park public parking and stop Gloucester Road getting so dangerously congested at this point.

There is a fatal accident just waiting to happen.

While you are at it – get going with whatever development you have planned for the Harvester grounds.

Or do up that still worthy-building and let it live a useful life again. It is time to stop blight before it gets a hold!