Posts Tagged ‘bags out early’

All year round

June 16, 2010

We have started delivering the latest leaflet in Feltham North.  Picked up two things yesterday:

Refuse problem rear of Harlington Road West Parade

Yesterday morning, I took a look at the bins behind the shops.  I noticed that they were full and at the same time a gentleman tried to put two bags out at the side of 119 Harlington Road West (in Rosslyn Avenue).  I politely challenged him and he squeezed the two bags in the bin.

Here is what I saw in the morning:

And here is what I saw yesterday evening:

I have already made an enquiry with the relevant team to ask why these bins were so full on a Tuesday?

Dumped Garden Waste outside 7 Rosslyn Avenue

Someone not very considerate:

Will report this shortly.

Aston Estate 25/03/10

March 26, 2010

Picked up quite a bit yesterday.

1) Highways

Outside 13-18 Rectory Road:

Could trip over this outside 25 Stansfield Road:

532 to 540 Bath Road:

568 to 582 Bath Road:

Opposite 1-6 Rectory Road:

2) Graffiti

Near 1a Windsor Road:

Near 20 Windsor Road:

Outside 71 Stansfield Road:

Opposite 24 Stansfield Road:

The alley next to 582 Bath Road:

3) Damaged Utility Box

Near 26 Stansfield Road:

4) Open Space and Park

As is so often the case in this Borough, looks very very good:

Lovely play equipment again, free from tagging (atleast I could not find any).

5) Great South West Road

I like what has been done to the grassed areas:

6) Flytipping/Bags out early

Near 5 Windsor Road:

Will report, where relevant, later today.

Lampton Road earlier today

February 25, 2010

I noticed quite a lot of bags outside 38 & 44:

I also noticed that the street sign for Thamesvale Close needs to be straightened:

Will report each of the above tomorrow.

Latest on Rosslyn Avenue

June 8, 2009

Around midday yesterday, I saw the following:




At 3pm, some things had been removed:


Still unacceptable, especially as I have been informed that the new bin at the rear of the shops on Harlington Road West has been delivered and is operational.  I fear that this could be an example of once a problem develops, it gets much harder to resolve ie. some people have taken this as a signal that dumping at this location is acceptable?

Latest in Rosslyn Avenue

June 1, 2009

Here is what I saw this morning:


I did notice two upright bins at the rear of the shops so am uncertain if these are the new bins?  I will find out.  I am aware that most residents who live in the area are fed up of seeing this unpleasant behaviour.

Latest on bags out early in Rosslyn Avenue

May 28, 2009

As of last night (Wednesday):


Ongoing problem in Rosslyn Avenue

May 24, 2009

A number of residents have complained about bags being put out early in Rosslyn Avenue at the side of 119 Harlington Road West.  I share these concerns.  It was a real problem a few years ago and eventually went away.  Over the past couple of months or so, it has returned.  I have reported the matter a number of times.

I received the following on Friday:

“Bags are appearing against the wall, there is a bin upside down in the back yard which is a Hounslow bin, the pictures look as if the bin is broken.
If this bin is for the flats, which we believe it is, the bin needs replacing to stop residents putting the bags out on the footway.
The resident that raised this has been informed of the situation.
We arranged for the bags to be removed earlier in the week. Collection day is today. We have lettered the parade before many times.  We will letter again asking the flats to keep bags on their property until collection day. However the solution is probably to but a new bin back in the rear service road for the flats to use.
Waste and recycling have been informed regarding the broken bin collection and siting a new bin. That should help to stop this issue.”

I look forward to this new bin arriving because as of yesterday (one day after collection) this is what I saw:


I very much hope that this issue of bags out early will rise up the agenda over the next few years.  I totally understand why it upsets residents.

In the meantime, I will report this matter on Tuesday.