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Bin raiders have left mess of rubbish

Reported via Android in the Rubbish (refuse and recycling) category anonymously at 10:20, Tue 18 September 2018

Sent to Hull City Council 4 minutes later. FixMyStreet ref: 1415490.

The communal alley connecting 29 Blaydes Street and the terraces of 33, 35 possibly 37 has been trashed by bin raiders.

I caught them dragging bin bags in from bins (it's bin day) and emptying out contents into the alley and surrounding area.

I asked what they were doing and a young woman who was very skinny said she was homeless and just looking for food or what ever. She was with a man both on bikes. They looked like they were on drugs.

We need help from the council down here as the mess is too much to clear with domestic brush and shovel. We don't have the necessary equipment and rubbish is blowing out onto the street looking a right state plus preventing residents putting their bins down the back way.

I'm a homeowner nearby and my partner cleared the rubbish last night down here and I again today as it just blows out!

Please help! We need a bring out your rubbish day. Haven't had one in a couple of years down here.

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  • This is classed as private land, Hull City Council are not responsible for cleaning up this area. This is the responsibility of the land owner

    Posted by Hull City Council, Customer Services at 03:15, Wed 19 September 2018

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