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dangerous parking / driving and aggressive and abusive behaviour

Hi,

Who do i get in touch with regarding a BT employee who continues to abandon his BT van outside my house, blocking access, as well as parking over dropped curbs, creating an issue with not being able to exit a driveway safely.

This is not an Openreach Van, it is a BT van.

I have photos, of the poor parking as well, which is daily.

The BT employee refuses to park the vehicle outside his own property safely, or even in a safe place, as to not block access to private property, or create an accident.

He is aggressive and unapproachable, hence asking this BT forum direct for assistance in the first instance.

 

 

 

 

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Re: dangerous parking / driving and aggressive and abusive behaviour

Hi @Annoyed50 welcome to the community and thanks for posting, I'm sorry you have reason to complain about the parking and aggressive behaviour of a BT employee. I've sent you a Private Message with details on how you can get in contact with the mod team. 

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Re: dangerous parking / driving and aggressive and abusive behaviour

Hi, Having the exact same issue. Its been over 6 months and was hoping the driver will come to his senses about the danger he is posing to pedestrians, wheelchair users, and children by parking a big van on a bend. Any contact details to complain would be greatly appreciated. 

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Re: dangerous parking / driving and aggressive and abusive behaviour

@santoshskr 

https://www.openreach.com/help-and-support/damage-health-and-safety

Alternatively you can call us on 0800 023 2023 (option 1 + option 1). 

You can report things like:

  • damaged underground cables (often caused by mechanical diggers in built-up areas)
  • loose cables or cables dangling from telephone poles
  • damaged green cabinets or unattended cabinets with open doors
  • something unsafe at a site where we're working
  • damaged telephone poles (for example if they’re leaning at odd angles, or have fallen down)
  • loose, cracked or missing manhole covers
  • damage to your property or personal injury
  • engineer behaviour.
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Re: dangerous parking / driving and aggressive and abusive behaviour

Thank you. Appreciated!
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