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Rubbish dumped all the time on plot of land opposite Off-Licence

Reported in the Flytipping category anonymously at 12:49, Saturday 7 July 2018

Sent to Coventry City Council less than a minute later

Opposite the off-licence next to the residential property and the A-Plant courtyard there is a plot of land which is constantly used as a dumping ground. There were recently a bunch of car radios dumped here (an old man picked them up and took them away in a bag) and old shoes/trainers, clothes, boxes, plastic bottles, cans, all sorts of rubbish. Residents living opposite often flytip so I wouldn't be surprised if it is them. This spot also is used by people sitting and chatting and littering with whatever they are eating - often seeds. Please can you work with A-Plant and install a camera and prosecute whoever is flytipping all the time. It is foul and rubbish and not only is it affecting plant life and wildlife nearby but if it gets into the drains it affects sea life and we all know how disgusting and detrimental that is to wildlife and the environment and of course people too...we should all know this by now as there has been increasing exposure of this in the media.

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 12:50, Monday 6 August 2018

  • New report this rubbish from people houses 30 and 32 broad st is still on the pavement it has doubled up since this photo was taken how can people live like this they have no respect for where they live and don't give dam what neighbours think shameless.

    Posted anonymously at 14:41, Tuesday 7 August 2018

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