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Dumped on again

Reported via Android in the Fly Tipping category anonymously at 14:53, Sunday 2 May 2021

Sent to Royal Borough of Greenwich less than a minute later

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As you can see, there is a large bit of metal(the back plate of an old boiler), dumped behind our bins. Being as it is there, chances are(99% sure), that a greenwich council workman left it there, after doing a replacement boiler in our building. Very nice, the council piling it on aswell. In the other pictures, you can still see the outlines of a urine trail that was reported two weeks ago. Proof that your caretakers are not giving us the service that we pay for. I know the caretaker is supposed to wash down here once a week. He/She is not even coming into our building to give any service at all. This is also going to be going up the chain of command to find out why your caretakers refuse to do their job, inside our building. We paid, you do.

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  • State changed to: Fixed

    Updated by Royal Borough of Greenwich at 06:38, Tuesday 4 May 2021

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    Up until the day of this post, the council operative who is supposed to clean our building, has still not materialised to do the job he/she is supposed to do. The chalk marks that were drawn adjacent to the urine trail,are still visible on small sections of the floor, proving that they have not been washed down for at least 2 months(1 month of this is when i first reported this problem). The fact that there is little bits of paper blowing about for weeks as well, proves they are not even litter picking inside our building. As for the flytipping outside the building, that has come to a standstill, but , it is only a matter of time before it carries on again.

    Posted anonymously at 16:00, Sunday 30 May 2021

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