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Public footpath

Reported via mobile in the General fly tipping category anonymously at 14:51, Sun 18 September 2022

Sent to Peterborough City Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 3832770.

This is not private land, I have already been told by PCC that the footpath is their replacement! This footpath is CATASTROPHIC!!!!! It has every degree of waste here! It also needs SERIOUS ATTENTION from whoever cuts down trees/ bushes! You could get your eye poked out from the thorn tree that is so overgrown from the garden of 139 Belsize Avenue, it is so overgrown ( as is the rest of the footpath) that it has made the footpath half it’s size. This area is extremely hazardous to kids especially as it’s where all the homeless folk sit to take their drugs. It is quite frankly, HIDEOUS AND APPALLING!!! Would it be too much to ask that someone just keep an eye on the extreme problem areas!? Between yesterday and today I have collected 28 black sacks of litter and PAID FOR THEM TO BE TAKEN TO THE TIP!!!! Why am I the only one involved in the cleaning of this area!? I don’t even live next to it! I pay taxes… who is going to pay ME for doing your job!???

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  • As this is private land we are unable to resolve, this is the land owner’s responsibility. Your report will still be sent to our environmental enforcement team who will investigate. Unfortunately, we can’t provide updates on these investigations so your report will be marked as closed once it has been received.

    State changed to: Closed

    Posted by Peterborough City Council at 14:51, Sun 18 September 2022

  • Thanks for reporting this issue

    State changed to: Open

    Posted by Peterborough City Council at 14:51, Sun 18 September 2022

  • Updated by Peterborough City Council at 13:41, Tue 20 September 2022

This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location.