Yesterday morning, Cllr Barbara Reid (Lead Member for the Environment), Cllr Barbara Harris (Feltham West Councillor), an Officer from the Environment Department and I carried out an inspection of Feltham High Street.
I was extremely concerned about:
1) The issue of rats in the area, which had received coverage in the local press;
2) Fly-tipping at the former Feltham Community Association site;
3) A couple of complaints about the general condition of the High Street.
It was well worth the visit. Number 2 has been cleared but I cannot find the picture I took. Here are some pictures:
Work appeared to be taking place on the Longford River, for which the Rivers Authority are responsible:
The other side did not look too bad:
We then moved onto Bridge Pond. Saw some litter on the way:
No idea what the following was about but Officers will enquire which firm/agency left things that way:
An example of some Rat Baiting around Bridge Pond:
Enquiries will be made about the next two, I think for obvious reasons:
In the alley next to New Chapel Square:
The graffiti will need to be removed.
From another angle:
Cllr Andrews will be pleased to hear about a new CCTV Camera going in:
The pond in the High Street looked in good shape in my view:
The High Street itself did not look too bad in my view:
The following has already been reported: