Overflowing bins and front-yard turned into a dump at 98 Greenwich High Road
Reported in the Rubbish (refuse and recycling) category anonymously at 17:26, Saturday 8 June 2019
Sent to Royal Borough of Greenwich 4 minutes later
The ground floor at 98 Greenwich High Road seems to be boarded up and its front yard has been turned into an outdoor dump with a pile of black bags and broken furniture. It's a private property but in full view of everyone walking up to the town centre. A total eyesore almost in front of Greenwich train station! And it starts smelling in the hot weather. Wonderful welcome sight for tourists and locals. Also on the pavement outside the house there are overflowing green bins with all kind of rubbish that are never emptied by the Council. Please take them away at least!
Automatically marked as "in progress" by Royal Borough of Greenwich
State changed to: In progress
Posted by Royal Borough of Greenwich at 18:31, Saturday 8 June 2019
State changed to: not the council's responsibility
Posted by Royal Borough of Greenwich at 13:09, Wednesday 12 June 2019
I think the Council could and should do more. given that this load of rubbish affects the amenity of the area and could host rats and other pests.
As per the Council's own Code of Practice ( https://www.gov.uk/ government/ uploads/ system/ uploads/ attachment_data/ file/ 221087/ pb11577b-cop-litter.pdf):
"Litter Clearing Notices (EnvironmentalProtection Act 1990, sections 92A-92C).Principal litter authorities have the powerto issue Litter Clearing Notices where land in their area is defaced by litter or refuse and this is detrimental to the amenity of the area. This power was introduced into the 1990 Act by the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005"
Posted anonymously at 17:29, Sunday 16 June 2019
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