Posts Tagged ‘Graffiti’

Couple of other things from last weekend

August 10, 2011

Both in the alley from Helen Avenue to New Road.


I received an email about offensive tagging at the same location this morning.  I have reported this and the reference number is 1170393.


At the New Road end.  Too much around the streetlight also:

Will make a Service Request now.

Tagging in Cygnet Avenue

March 7, 2010

I noticed the following earlier today (on the junction with Finch Drive):

Hanworth Park 04/03/10

March 5, 2010

Some things to report.

1) Dumped fridges

In Shakespeare Way (near junction with Sunbury Way) and in Queens Way (near the junction with Castle Way):

2) Graffiti

On the traffic cones outside 1 Sunbury Way:

41 Parkfield Road:

Cleves, Raleigh Way:

Deerhurst Close (near junction with Sycamore Close):

Not sure if anyone will be able to access this but this was on the junction of Elmwood Avenue and Felthambrook Way:

At the side of the shops in Fernside Avenue:

Opposite 25 Elmwood Avenue:

Opposite 29 Ludlow Road:

Opposite 3 Clifton Avenue:

Near 1 Shakespeare Way:

3) Blocked drain gullies

Outside 4 & 11 Sunbury Way:

4) Streetsigns

Queens Avenue and Elizabeth Way needs a clean:

Shakespeare Way needs to be straightened:

Blakewood Close needs to be turned a bit:

As does the one for Deerhurst Close:

I will report each of the above in the morning.

Tagging on utility box outside 133 Harlington Road West

February 12, 2010

Reported it this morning – 1078924.

Graffiti on bus stop opposite Bedfont Library

February 3, 2010

I reported the above today – reference number 1077477.

Executive Meeting on 8 September

September 13, 2009

Quite a long agenda after a month off from these meetings.  Some headlines:

NI 195d of this report should be headline news.  It is the first time – possibly since this indicator was ever created – that the status is green.  For me, this shows the huge impact that there has been on graffiti removal over the past year.

I moved an amendment to agenda item 10.  The amendment is included on the above agenda.  Whilst the decision is ultimately with TfL, I really hope that we can get a zebra crossing at Feltham Hill Infant and Nursery School.  I will post further on the blog when we know.  We will certainly now be bidding for the money and I was very grateful to my colleague, Barbara Reid, for accepting my amendment.  Feltham West Councillor, Barbara Harris, has been concerned about this safety issue for a while.

Stanwell Road, Bedfont earlier this morning

July 27, 2009


I will report this.  It was near the junction with West View.

Earlier today in Feltham West

July 18, 2009

Was out and about in the Allied Estate.  Took quite a few pictures.  Some tagging on the streetsign in Princes Road (junction with Raleigh Road):


There were quite a few carriageway defects marked out in Princes Road.  I will find out if these will be repaired soon:


Saw quite a lot of tagging on this equipment.  This was on the junction of Princes Road and Avenue Road.  I will ask for the tagging to be removed:


The following is outside 1 Vernon Road:


The following outside 85 Vernon Road:


The following was by 89 Percival Road:


The following outside 103 Vernon Road:


The following is outside 1 Lancing Road.  I will ask for the glass to be cleared:


The following two pictures were taken in Rose Avenue – will ask if the tagging can be removed:



Again, the following taken in Rose Avenue but the alley is between Raleigh Road and Rochester Avenue.  I wonder whether something can be done about all the litter down here but I guess that there will be ownership issues:


The following is opposite 66 Guildford Avenue:


Will report these – mostly requests for tagging removal – on Monday.

Tagging in Gladstone Avenue

May 29, 2009

I saw this on my home from work:


I will report it and ask if the tagging can be removed.

Some out and about in Feltham North

June 15, 2008

Went for a walk the other day and took a picture of the side of the Londis Shop in Hounslow Road (near Feltham Park).  It had become a graffiti hotspot and a combination of the Council and the police took some action and it now looks much better.

Please do let me know if there are any other graffiti hotspots of concern to you.