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Regular rubbish dumping by female residents

Reported in the Dumped rubbish category by Richard Comaish at 19:32, Mon 18 December 2017

Sent to Bromley Council 3 minutes later

The elderly resident at 25 Eastwell Close has been regularly dumping rubbish from an upstairs window, with impunity, for years, owing, in part, to the inaction and equivocation of neighbours, local police representatives & Affinity Sutton. Today the situation got worse, toxic asbestos waste being found (see photo).

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  • Thank you for your report, this is now being investigated. Information on our services and the timeframes we aim to respond in can be found: http://www.bromley.gov.uk/ fixservices

    State changed to: In progress

    Posted by Bromley Council at 19:39, Mon 18 December 2017

  • We have investigated this report and found the location is not the responsibility of Bromley Council (such as private property or an unadopted road). We are unable to progress this report further and advise you contact the responsible party.

    State changed to: third party responsibility

    Posted by Bromley Council at 08:10, Tue 19 December 2017

  • The site is privatised former council housing. The privatisation process of 1993-4 was demonstrably political & fraudulent. Now neighbours are harassing an older male Labour Party member, long-term, with PCSO and housing officer collusion. What can you expect when Council housing officers are allowed to breach political neutrality & campaign for privatisation, s political goal?

    State changed to: Open

    Posted by Richard Comaish at 11:10, Wed 20 December 2017

  • We have investigated this report and found the location to be the responsibility of the Local Housing Association Affinity Sutton. We have therefore referred this report to them. Further issues can be reported to Affinity Sutton via: customerservice@affinitysutton.com

    State changed to: third party responsibility

    Posted by Bromley Council at 13:47, Wed 20 December 2017

  • Thank you. I await the further involvement of the company who allocated a deaf-since-birth housing officer to a long-term neighbourhood noise complaint with interest.

    State changed to: Open

    Posted by Richard Comaish at 14:59, Wed 20 December 2017

  • The issue has been referred to Affinity Sutton and is now closed on FixMyStreet.

    State changed to: third party responsibility

    Posted by Bromley Council at 15:19, Wed 20 December 2017

  • Unrinsed spaghetti cans, newspapers, plastic plant pots, you name it - it goes on, with sluttish neighbours protected by slovenly housing officers.

    Posted by Richard Comaish at 20:17, Monday 15 January 2018

  • The criminal damage shown was inflicted by the female occupant of no.20 on the morning of 29.1.18. Emergency police attended that day and got her to apologise and sign a Community Resolution Disposal, and promise to mend the damage, but this still hasn't been completed. Altho no.20 is a ground floor flat, the occupant has aided and abetted the practice of dropping litter from a neighbouring first floor flat long-term.

    State changed to: Open

    Posted by Richard Comaish at 12:28, Tuesday 6 February 2018

  • The issue has been referred to Affinity Sutton and is now closed on FixMyStreet.

    State changed to: third party responsibility

    Posted by Bromley Council at 13:16, Tuesday 6 February 2018

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