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High Risk Area, overgrown shrubs causing poor lighting

Reported via desktop in the Trees category anonymously at 00:16, Monday 6 September 2021

Sent to Royal Borough of Greenwich less than a minute later

The footpath along the A2 beside Eltham Crematorium. The shrubs are severly overgrown. Its is a high risk area to walk along that path early mornings or late at night when its dark, due to the overgrown shrubs. The risk for a potential mugging or attack there is extremely high, It is a remote footpath and now with the overgrown shrubs it has become a idea place for a potential attacker to hide. PLEASE CUT BACK THESE SHRUBS, DONT WAIT TILL OCTOBER WHEN YOU USUALLY CUT THEM BACK. DO IT NOW AND MAKE THE PATH A SAFER PLACE TO WALK. It has been like it all summer and now its at the worst point.

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  • Wasted my time, no-one got back to me, I had to do all the chasing up.

    Posted anonymously at 08:34, Monday 4 October 2021
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