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Bricks stacked on the grass

Reported via mobile in the Flytipping category anonymously at 09:36, Thu 12 November 2020

Sent to Cherwell District Council less than a minute later

At the end of Dover Avenue at the junction of Bretch Hill there is a large amount of bricks and blocks stacked high. They have been sat there well over a year now. I am concerned as it is a high stack and there are many children that walk past it. I had to ask some youths to move on last week as they were sat loitering by them. As well as it being unsafe, it's an eyesore! It's on grass which is directly next to the path with no safety barriers. I do not understand why it's there. There is no building works being carried out and it's been there over 12 months now.

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  • It got a bit tidier.

    Posted anonymously at 14:04, Sat 5 December 2020

  • This is still a problem! The bricks and blocks are unsafe. It is on public land being stored. If this falls on someone we will hold the council responsible. You've been made aware of it and yet, it's still there..albeit a little tidier....it shouldn't be there. It's unsafe. Go and visit yourself, you will see how things are stacked and tilting over.

    Posted anonymously at 19:39, Friday 8 January 2021

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