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Litter and overgrown shrubs

Reported in the Street cleaning category anonymously at 13:17, Thu 8 November 2018

Sent to Oxford City Council 3 minutes later

Where the Lye Valley Nature Reserve borders Peat Moors there is much litter on the pavement, inc. black refuse sacks that have been thrown over the fence into the Nature Reserve. There are also overgrown shrubs that completely block the pavement on the west side of Peat Moors adjacent to the Nature Reserve

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  • Pavement alongside Nature Reserve heavily littered, inc. fly-tipped goods (tool cases, bicycle wheel). Bags of rubish thrown into Nature Reserve. Overhanging shrubs obstructing pavement.

    Posted anonymously at 15:20, Thu 6 December 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • I believe some rubbish was cleared from the pavement, but more has since been dumped. None of the rubbish on the other side of the fence has been removed. The shrubs have been clipped a little but need properly pruning as they still obstruct the pavement

    Posted anonymously at 15:47, Thu 3 January 2019

  • No further progress has been noted. The rubbish in the Nature Reserve is still there. This end of Peat Moors seems inceasingly to be used as a dumping ground. There's now a smashed bottle in the road which treatens to puncture every passing bicycle tyre. This street needs regular clearing of dumped rubbish

    Posted anonymously at 16:17, Thu 31 January 2019
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