Car parks STILL not being cleaned!
Reported via Android in the Street cleaning category anonymously at 18:30, Tuesday 2 March 2021
Sent to Royal Borough of Greenwich less than a minute later
Hello at FMS. I am writing again about the state of the car parking spaces and areas around the car parking area. As you can see from the photos, there is still a lot of leaf debris laying around and lots of compacted leaf matter that has not been cleaned at all since my last request. These leaves came down in autumn last year and are still here now. Also you can see on the grassed area that there is more litter being strewn out along the length of the grassed area,that IS NOT being picked up on a weekly basis.(or any amount of time the council give to do the jobs our council tax is paying for). Greenwich council are very good at publicising themselves as a council who care about their tennants and the environment,but do not seem able to clean this little area of the estate(which is cleaned properly everywhere else apart from this section of Tellson avenue). The rubbish on the grassed area is from people who own cars and their passengers and workmen who cannot be bothered to walk 10 metres to put ribbish in the bins.(send them letters) As i have said before,the caretakers need to be watched more vigilantly than they are(because of dossing) and made to use brushes to sweep as they only use litter pickers when they decide they want to do some work. Greenwich council could get rid of the caretaker on this estate and it would still look the same. On behalf of the other 21 neighbours in my building and myself"Greenwich council,could you please clean our part of the estate. We would be grateful" Many thanks from all in Tellson Avenue.
Automatically marked as "in progress" by Royal Borough of Greenwich
State changed to: In progress
Posted by Royal Borough of Greenwich at 18:35, Tuesday 2 March 2021
This has been passed to our caretaking team
State changed to: Internal referral
Posted by Royal Borough of Greenwich at 05:28, Wednesday 3 March 2021
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