Grassed area covered in litter: Park between Morden Hill and Egremont House
Reported via desktop in the Parks/landscapes category anonymously at 18:31, Tuesday 6 April 2021
Sent to Royal Borough of Greenwich less than a minute later
Grassed area/ Park between Morden Hill and Egremont House, SE13 is again covered in litter. This problem is still ongoing.
Domestic refuse is regularly blown over this grassed area whenever it is windy from the bin store outside Egremont House. This the does not get cleaned up with any frequency.
Refuse Hopper/ Bin Store in Front of Egremont House creates a massive litter problem in the adjacent area - because it does not have a ‘roof’ of any kind, so when there's strong wind, litter is blown over the whole area. Most contemporary bin stores have some kind of roof or cover for this reason. A simple solution to this would be to make of roof / covering over it with bird netting. It would save a huge amount of man hours cleaning up all the trash and improve the state of the estate immensely.
Automatically marked as "in progress" by Royal Borough of Greenwich
State changed to: In progress
Posted by Royal Borough of Greenwich at 21:32, Tuesday 6 April 2021
Yes, in good condition currently—well done. As soon as there's wind, though, it will be covered in trash blown over from the refuse hopper store.
Posted anonymously at 12:10, Friday 16 April 2021
This morning, I removed one rubble sack full of takeaway litter from the top end of this park (Mc Donald’s, Costa, etc). See image. It was strewn everywhere.
- Caretakers need to litter-pick at top end of park. - Litter bin needs installing at park entrance on Morden Hill/ Connington Road. - Park needs RBG signage/ banner to create awareness of litter responsibility and 1k fine for this.
State changed to: Open
Posted anonymously at 09:44, Friday 28 May 2021
Rather apt it seems.
Posted anonymously at 12:31, Friday 28 May 2021
Constant littering near park footpath entrance. Litter bin needs installing at park entrance on Morden Hill/ Connington Road. and Park needs RBG signage/ banner to create awareness of litter
Posted anonymously at 10:09, Wednesday 16 June 2021
Agreed. The Caretakers have done an excellent job in the last few months: most of the time this park is in a good state.
There’s some littering here, but it does get cleaned fairly rapidly: mostly takeaway litter left by young people from the estate, and one hipster from the new developments opposite who left cider bottles every evening.
The above is why I brought up the need for a litter bin and anti-littering signage/ banners/ graphics.
Posted anonymously at 11:46, Wednesday 21 July 2021
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