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Broken fence, temporary red barriers for over two years

Reported via desktop in the Fence Damage/Missing No Hazard category anonymously at 12:18, Tuesday 9 February 2021

Sent to Island Roads 6 minutes later. Enquiry ref: 16190973.

On the approach to Newport on St Georges roundabout, Temporary red barriers were placed two years ago after a vehicle damaged the wooded fence. Please can they be removed and the 4 ( at the most posts) be put back. The area has looked so shabby and neglected for so long especially as so much care was taken to build the wildlife area when Asda was being built. At the moment it is so depressing to see this neglect that can be simply rectified, every time you travel into Newport, What message does it send out to tourists, That we don`t have any pride in where we live. Thank you for cleaning the bridge last year, that looks so much nicer.

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  • State changed to: Investigating

    Updated by Island Roads at 12:25, Tuesday 9 February 2021

  • State changed to: Open

    Updated by Island Roads at 12:05, Thursday 11 February 2021

  • State changed to: Action scheduled

    Updated by Island Roads at 08:25, Friday 19 February 2021

  • When will this little job be fixed ????? What does scheduled mean, next week, next month, next year ?????? It has already taken 3 months for nothing to happen after two years of nothing happening.

    Posted anonymously at 18:02, Sunday 16 May 2021

  • Still not fixed, reported in February, now July, damaged two years ago. How long wiil it take to fix a few posts, Newport is looking so shabby with all the weeds going everywhere,, streets not swept allowing the seeds from the weeds to settle and triple/quadruple, litter in the surrounding streets. Our towns are looking so depressing, Where are the basic street cleaning services

    Posted anonymously at 19:06, Saturday 3 July 2021

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