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Hatcham Park Mews has not ben swept in roughly 2 years - it's full of litter and junk

Reported in the Fly-Tipping category anonymously at 10:05, Fri 14 July 2017

Sent to Lewisham Borough Council 5 minutes later

Hatcham Park Mews has not ben swept in roughly 2 years. As you enter Hatcham Park Mews the house to the left (next to the hatcham park mews street sign) has a massive overhanging hedge (THIS NEEDS TO BE CUT BACK AS IT OBSTRUCTS VEHICLES). Under the over grown hedge there is a big piece of metal that looks like it's the side of a trailer. There is a huge amount of dead leaves and litter here.

There's weeds growing all up the street that are quite tall now.

Further around the mews there is black sacks of what looks like garden waste that have been dumped outside of 8 hatcham park mews and there is also some broken up pieces of wood and pieces of twisted metal.

All the residents on this street pay council tax so the council should at least maintain the area to the same standard as the rest of the borough.

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  • Hatcham Park Mews is private road which is not Adopted by the Lewisham Council.

    The Managing Agents will be responsible for clearing this area Update Submitted by LoveLewisham: Home/ Details/ d8b55292-1efe-40ab-8d99-f8b91e44b2be

    Posted by Lewisham Borough Council at 09:46, Fri 14 July 2017

  • Update already added

    State changed to: not the council's responsibility

    Posted anonymously at 16:33, Fri 18 August 2017

  • Well we pay full council tax. How do we apply to have a reduction in our council tax as the council do not maintain our street?

    Posted by Anthony Gardner at 04:46, Sat 19 August 2017

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