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Litter litter and more litter

Reported via desktop in the Pavements/footpaths category anonymously at 15:20, Wednesday 30 June 2021

Sent to Royal Borough of Greenwich less than a minute later

Once again I am reporting the litter on Kirkham Street and the alley behind Sian beauty shop. The litter is horrid both in the street and the alley. When are RBG going to enforce land owners to own their responsibility?. I report someone cleans it and I report it again... why was planning permission given if the land owner does not keep it free from rubbish. Please ensure Kirkham Street is cleaned, so far the if any cleaning is done it is a really poor standard. Sham on RBG, shame on MP Clive Efford and shame on local Councillors for their lack of action...

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  • Can I please have an update on this enquiry???

    Posted by Annah RHODES at 10:30, Sunday 4 July 2021

  • No action had been taken to clean the area.

    Posted anonymously at 16:54, Tuesday 6 July 2021

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    This is the current situation at the corner of Kirkham street and Flora Mews. Unauthorized Commercial Bins belonging to shop on the slade are leading to constant fly tipping and littering, please do something.

    Posted anonymously at 00:01, Sunday 12 September 2021

  • It’s private land not council we have no obligation to clear flytips on private unadapted roads please email they can contact the land owner

    State changed to: not the council's responsibility

    Posted by Royal Borough of Greenwich at 07:27, Sunday 12 September 2021

  • We already did but the situation is not changing and is been already few months.

    I understand is private but is litterally on the corner of Kirkham street pavement. It would be really appreciated if you could do an extra effort to clean it.


    Posted anonymously at 09:19, Sunday 12 September 2021

  • Private land

    Posted by Royal Borough of Greenwich at 15:54, Sunday 12 September 2021

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