Thus is a landslide where a high bank has started to give way
Reported in the Dangerous road surface (including ice, mud, spillage or debris) category anonymously at 08:33, Thu 12 March 2020 using FixMyStreet Pro
Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council 3 minutes later
More than 3 weeks ago ( following weeks of wind and rain) a landslide occurred on the left hand side of Padleigh Hill approaching Rush Hill, causing a lot of mud and debris to fall in the road making a difficult road even more dangerous. It’s a steep bank and unclear who owns the wall at top of the bank why will surely subside if there’s further bad weather . A full collapse would close the road for days and need complex repair to shore up the bank. As a resident, I pointed it out to council workmen last week and asked them to pass the information on. The whole road into the village is full of broken down pot holes - all caused by the rain we’ve had .I do think an inspection of the landslide is necessary as there’s a much bigger problem waiting to happen . I spoke to the home owner who lives above the slide but it’s unclear from above whether the wall visible at top of landslide is his ! This does need attention as a lot of drivers use the village as a rat run and therefore there’s a risk to the public if a further much bigger slide occurs ...
Thank you for your report, it will be reviewed by the appropriate team.
State changed to: In progress
Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 08:36, Thu 12 March 2020
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State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Bath and North East Somerset Council at 09:20, Thu 12 March 2020
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