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Excess Rubbish being blown in everyone’s garden

Reported anonymously at 17:19, Thursday 11 March 2021

34 Asquith Road are leaving excessive rubbish right outside their house for it to be deliberately blown into all neighbours gardens and all throughout the street. This is getting really frustrating as every single day I’m having to clear my garden of their rubbish. Please this needs to stop. I see them walking in and out of their house sometimes kicking their own rubbish from front of their house into the road again with the wind it’s going into everyone’s gardens and the road. Pictures show they are putting a little box full of rubbish right outside their house when all the rubbish blows out into the road and peoples gardens then they pick up the box only to do it all over again. They are making the street a filthy disgusting place. Myself and neighbors have been putting up with their crap for well over a year now this has started since they have moved into 34 Asquith Road. Also big and worrying concern seems like they have 15 plus people living in that one house. I wouldn’t be surprised if they have illegal immigrants living their. Please do something about this.

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