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Wheelie bins blocking pavements in Georgette Place

Reported via iOS in the Pavements/footpaths category anonymously at 20:32, Sunday 9 January 2022

Sent to Royal Borough of Greenwich less than a minute later

The pavements on Georgette Place are blocked by wheelie bins at the junction with King George Street. The bins are never removed after weekly collections and they belong to some of the residents of King George Street and Georgette Place. It’s not possible to use the pavements on either side of Georgette Place because they are obstructed by bins. The bins have been in the pavement for at least 6 months.

Could you please request that residents remove their bins from the street and pavements after their waste is collected?

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 21:15, Sunday 6 February 2022

  • Unfortunately this is still an issue. There are 12 bins in total making the footpath unusable and also creating a nuisance for residents to get in/out of their cars. During the high winds of last week several bins were overturned with a near miss on the bodywork of one of the parked cars. The accumulation of wheelie bins in this junction is also encouraging others to dump/abandon other rubbish in this area. There are 2 unclaimed/abandoned bins and a further 10 bins belonging to 4 properties.

    Posted anonymously at 09:26, Thursday 10 February 2022

  • Unfortunately this issue is still ongoing. Removal of some bins by the Council has been greatly appreciated, please could we fully conclude the issue with the remaining resident.

    Posted anonymously at 08:06, Wednesday 20 April 2022

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