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Between Premier Inn and Frogmore.

Reported via desktop in the Unauthorised site or encampment category anonymously at 09:42, Monday 15 August 2022

Sent to Buckinghamshire Council less than a minute later

Michael Smith Yesterday I had to walk through the underpass between Premier Inn and Frogmoor in High Wycombe. I saw that the illegal shanty there has grown and now blocks half the width of the underpass. I reported this to you repeatedly but it appears you are not interested in dealing with the vagrant(s) squatting in the underpass. This structure is highly intimidating and it is unnerving to have to walk past it. Why are you refusing to deal with it? 21h Michael Smith I'm getting tired of bringing this tour attention. Obviously the council in Aylesbury doesn't care about Wycombe. The shanty in the underpass between Premier Inn and Frogmoor is getting BIGGER. It now takes up most of the width of the underpass. This is the most direct way getting from the car parks to the centre of town without having to cross busy roads, but it is being rendered unusable by vagrants. As for the increasingly demanding beggars in the town centre. I am sick of being accosted by obvious drunks/drug addicts demanding money. When are YOU going to deal with the problems, or Wycombe simply of no importance? 5m Buckinghamshire Council Good morning

I am sorry to hear the issue has still not been attended to. It has been reported again with your information.

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  • Thank you for your report regarding an unauthorised site or encampment.

    This has been passed to Neighbourhood Services Team to investigate.


    We have produced a Residents leaflet which we hope will answer any questions or concerns you might have.


    Please be aware that we do not routinely provide updates on actions taken in the management of unauthorised encampments - we follow due process as documented in our Privacy Policy.

    Regards
    Buckinghamshire Council

    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 09:42, Monday 15 August 2022

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