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11/05/2017 22:55:44

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Issue Summary

Visibility issue at Quarry Field industrial estate junction


Latest Update

19/01/2018 14:44:53 Update from CATG on 10.1.18: JW carried out a land registry search but it is currently unregistered. GJ undertook to try and track down the landowners in conjunction with the Town Council. (Grubbing out the existing hedge and replacing it with post & rail is key to improving visibility & hence safety) CATG agreed to make it a top 5 priority.

28/11/2017 14:14:21 Update at CATG on 8.11.17: David Button has provided all the assistance he can. This will now need to be an improvement scheme if the landowner is not prepared to do the work. (NB: there is no legal requirement for the landowner to do any further works) Land registry search to be completed to see if the owners can be located to see if they would be co-operative.

23/08/2017 12:10:07 On agenda for Community Areas Transport Group meeting - Wed 13th September 2017, 2pm at the Nadder Centre in Tisbury.

15/05/2017 14:01:38 Issue referred to Highways for initial assessment.

CATG Action / Recommendation


How do I or can you raise a CATG issue re the following.Junction of B3092 Frome to GILLINGHAM road on the junction at the Quarry Field industrial estate at Mere those pedestrians coming from Zeals direction towards Mere of which there are now many since the opening of new The Hill Brush factory and visitors centre cannot see towards the Gillingham direction because of a visibility restriction caused by the curvature of the junction.


Issue Location

South West Wiltshire

Street / Location

As above

Electoral Division


Issue Duration

5 plus years

Who is Affected

Those above

What has been done so far

Contacted highways told hedge can be cut back at intervals however does not sufficiently address the problem

What would resolve issue

Re configure the junction to make safe for pedestrians

Who needs to come together

Wiltshire highways, Mere Town Council and Zeals PC, may be other sources of funding


Community Area Transport Group

In touch with Councillor


Sub Classification

Current Status

in progress








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