Reported via mobile in the Passage-Obstructed/Overgrown category anonymously at 17:01, Monday 19 July 2021
Sent to Northamptonshire Highways less than a minute later. ref: 2875558.
Path is overgrown with nettles, also a branch has fallen and had restricted view of oncoming pedestrians. Path is used regularly and difficult for multiple people to pass at a time due to overgrowth.
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State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Northamptonshire Highways at 17:02, Monday 19 July 2021
I emailed 2 weeks ago regarding the state of the footpath from walsingham ave to the a6 and have not had a reply. the path is in some places overgrown with nettles and brambles making it difficult to walk through particularly with a pushchair or someone in a disability buggy. schools start back a week on friday when the pathway becomes even busier. one man with a strimmer could have it sorted within an hour so please can something be done asap.
Posted anonymously at 13:14, Wednesday 25 August 2021
This report is under further investigation.
State changed to: Under further investigation
Posted by Northamptonshire Highways at 13:15, Wednesday 25 August 2021
Path is very overgrown causing problems for pedestrians as it is a very busy path in both directions. If someone has a pram/buggy it is difficult to stop and let them pass. Next week when schools return the path will be very busy in both directions with children walking to school. This was originally reported in July!!
Posted anonymously at 22:09, Thursday 26 August 2021
Thanks for reporting this and apologies for the delay in responding back to you we can now confirm that the route is clear of overhanging vegetation at the location marked
State changed to: Closed
Posted by Northamptonshire Highways at 10:18, Friday 17 September 2021
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location.