Keep cars off the pavement on Heaton Park Road

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Tova Crossland
2 years ago
I nearly got hit here walking along a car went on the pavement at speed.
Dangerous!

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Lynne Potts
2 years ago
Its just common sense guys. Think about it and think how you would feel if your actions caused a tragedy.

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Charlotte Ratcliffe
3 years ago
I live on this road and the parking on the pavement is dangerous. I have been nearly hit 3 times just walking out of my own front door by cars driving down the pavement. The guy from Dhesi Grill thinks it's acceptable to speed down the pavement as if it were a road. Tastibuds vehicles were bad enough, Dhesi Grill, Colin and now the estate agent on the corner does it meaning there are up to 7 or more cars on the pavement during the day. This has to stop! It is not safe.

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Erik Osborne
3 years ago
The pavement is for pedestrians. Keep it safe especially for children.

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philip swann
3 years ago
cars are bad! boo

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Gem Andrews
3 years ago
I remember a few years ago when the council put flower pots in the middle of the pavement to stop people parking.. the pr*ck from tastebuds moved them tho and continued to speed up and down the pavement :(

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Nick Kemp
3 years ago
Roads are for cars and people parking on pavements cause two problems for people with buggies, in wheelchairs or who have limited sight or mobility.

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denise rhodes
3 years ago
Pavements are for pedestrians

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Sarah Harkins
3 years ago
Pavements are for pedestrians roads are for cars couldn't be more simple.

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Andrew whitbread
3 years ago
People belong on pavements, cars belong on roads. To begin blurring the lines between the two courts death and disaster.