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Outside and opposite Nonno Joe's restaurant, High Street, Biggleswade

Reported via desktop in the Kerbs category anonymously at 17:32, Mon 15 November 2021

Sent to Central Bedfordshire Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 363815.

Occasionally delivery vans park up outside Nonno Joe's, partly on the pavement. This is on a bend and close to a pedestrian crossing, on a narrow stretch of road. This afternoon one was parked there and traffic was passing it in both directions simultaneously, meaning that traffic heading westbound was clipping the kerb of the pavement opposite Nonno Joes. I was walking on that pavement and was nearly hit by a van - the south side of High Street has something of a blind bend at this point! There are double yellow lines at this location, but loading is permitted. I believe that allowing loading at this location could put pedestrians at risk on the opposite pavement, and I think you should consider loading restrictions on this nasty bend.

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  • Thank you for contacting us with information relating to a Highways issue. Your request has been passed to our Traffic Management Team for further investigation. They will inspect the area, look at existing records and investigate the feasibility of the request. They may need to carry out new surveys and consult local Councils or other bodies. They will consider existing budgets and other requests before deciding on the best course of action. All cases vary but this work can often take 4 or more weeks to complete. Please contact us 0300 300 8049 if you would like more information on the progress of this report.

    Posted by Central Bedfordshire Council at 15:43, Wed 17 November 2021

  • Thank you for contacting us in relation to the High Street in Biggleswade. Officers will monitor the area over the coming months to determine if there is a safety issue that needs attention. Thank you for your feedback.

    State changed to: No further action

    Posted by Central Bedfordshire Council at 12:04, Fri 26 November 2021

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