Black bins and recycling boxes belonging to 251A (who have sufficient outdoor space to keep these) left on public pavement 24/7 causing obstruction and health hazard to pedestrians as well as recycling blowing all over the place.
Reported in the Rubbish (refuse and recycling) category anonymously at 13:17, Monday 1 July 2019
Sent to Bristol City Council 3 minutes later
These bins and recycling boxes are constantly left out on a public pavement by the owners of 251A Henleaze Road. Thy have an outdoor garden to keep these boxes and bins but just leave them on the street 24/7 and this results in pedestrians having to manover around them. They also stink as passers by put their dog waste and other rubbish in the bins. This has been reported many times over the last few years
Still open, via questionnaire, 15:54, Monday 29 July 2019
Bins and recycling still left on pavement when owners have sufficient space to keep indoors and place out on the street when it’s bin day. Surely this is flytipping? Why is no action taken? Why are they not removed?If we all did this there would be rubbish blown all over the streets and no room on the pavements for pedestrians!
Posted anonymously at 16:38, Wednesday 31 July 2019
Bins are still dumped out in street 24/7. No action taking again. There are 4 recycling bins and 3 black bins on the pavement all the time. As you can imagine in windy conditions the rubbish in the recycling boxes gets thrown around the street and the bins cause a pedestrian hazard.
Posted anonymously at 22:19, Monday 26 August 2019
Still open, via questionnaire
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