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Anti social behaviour

Reported via iOS in the Car parking category anonymously at 22:52, Tue 25 August 2020

Sent to Bristol City Council less than a minute later

The first car park on Fox Road A caravan has been dumped in the car park late last night The location has been a hot spot for prostitution and Drug missuse . Residence say they do not know who owns it but there have been people sleep in vehicles. Please can this very large vehicle be removed and signs put up so people from where every stop parking on the estate which is meant for residence only. Right now disabled neighbour can not get to park close to there homes .

How can this be right???

Abuse of the residence car parking spaces No clear signage Fines should be I stated Secure parking needed

People who look like taxi drives and business owners from Stapleton Road bully there way on to the estate they throw their rubbish out of their vehicles into the car park and drive off leaving things like black bags with rottening food , bottles coffee cups , Fried Chicken bags boxes and the Chicken bones . The take away shop is on the Oxford place and Stapleton rd is over 100 yards away but yet the rubbish is dumped next to my house , all over the car park on the street every day.

We do not want rats and mice running around the estate.

The car park would benefit from some security . Can the car park be gated Please can this be made secure for the residence and their visitors Bristol City should help us we have sufferd so much anti social behaviour over the years . each and every one of us pay Council Tax every month.

Thank you

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