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Footpath sinage missing

Reported via desktop in the Sign/waymark category anonymously at 12:54, Wednesday 21 July 2021

Sent to Rutland County Council 1 day, 21 hours, 8 minutes later

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At top end of The Banks , landowner Whissendine Partish Council, stile is dangerous & damaged & has barbed wiore so walkers have been using the opening into the wheat field (parish clerk knows who owns this) instead - creating a NEW FOOTPATH where there was no right of way. Stile on CORRECT RIGHT OF WAY needs replacing with ,metal kissing gate, NEW FOOTPATH SIGN needs erecting. Damaged fencing inside The Banks needs removing as it contains wire & rusty nails = H&S hazzard, & owner of wheat field needs contacting to put up correct fence posts & new gate. OR RECOGNISE A NEW RIGHT OF WAY ??

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  • Category changed from ‘Rights of Way’ to ‘Sign/waymark’

    Posted by an administrator at 09:50, Friday 23 July 2021

  • We have assessed your report and the repair of this defect has been added to our programme of works for completion within 3 months. IMPORTANT: To report anything dangerous, please call us on: 01572 722577

    Posted by Rutland County Council at 14:55, Wednesday 28 July 2021

  • Whissendine PC have b een repeated told that there is dangerous wire that could cause injury to persons or animals within their land. They have done nothing to rectify this. Who is/are the landowner(s) of the pasture and of the planted field beyond this boundary? They need to be informed immediately.

    Posted anonymously at 14:47, Friday 20 August 2021
    Still open, via questionnaire

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