The lower end of Priory Avenue on the uphill pavement by te first tre along from the junction of Benjamin road
Reported via desktop in the Flytipping (off-road) category anonymously at 19:38, Friday 16 July 2021
Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later
This was flytipped by the occupant of 16B or C Benjamin road who has been repeatedly caught on camera. The matter is now with the councils waste enforcement team for prosecution. This bin bag of rubbish and bottles has been torn open by animals since being dumped as it has not been collected when previously reported last week !!!! (Unlike the bags at the nearby junction with Benjamin road where the same anti-social criminal also dumped several bags -which have been collected). Rubbish is now being scattered around the area around the tree. Please can it all be collected. It smells and is a health hazard. Please can all rubbish that is scattered around the area be cleared as soon as possible.
This disgusting individual has been repeatedly dumping bin bags full of stuff on about 20 occasions over the past 6 months.
Posted anonymously at 21:27, Friday 16 July 2021
Thank you for taking the time to report this issue. If you can provide additional information on the report you have made, which you do not wish to be shown on the public site, please send an email to SCRAPFlyTipping@Buckinghamshire.gov.uk
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State changed to: Closed
Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 01:12, Saturday 7 August 2021
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location.