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Seagul and pidgeon feeding

Reported via mobile anonymously at 07:27, Tue 11 April 2023

Sent to Cardiff Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 4422664.

Feeding of seagals and pideons onto communal shed roof and floor,everyday for over a year,this is general food waste sometimes twice a day,this has been reported numerous times to council and enviromental health at cardiff city hall this is a health problem etc

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  • This hasn't been fixed despite efforts made by cardiff council and enviromental health apparently,the block of flats I live for 20yrs+has a few issues with anti social behaviour,drug issues etc,cardiff council have turned their back on what used to be a good block of flat and the few honest residents that remain and are stuck here.

    Posted anonymously at 07:36, Tue 9 May 2023
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Still not fixed,still feeding slops and food waste to seagals,pidgeons,rats.

    Posted anonymously at 08:01, Tue 6 June 2023
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Not fixed ,no other birds come near,seagals ,pidgeons and rats scared them off now

    Posted anonymously at 08:31, Tue 4 July 2023
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • I haven't seen any food waste in the communal courtyard,pidgeons ,seagals etc still roosting ,hopefully get other species of birds in the near future if the problem has been fixed

    Posted anonymously at 09:14, Tue 1 August 2023

  • Not sure if this has been fixed, the neighbour who was feeding rats,seagals,pidgeons etc is now throwing waste into the building next door to our block into the grounds of the church of good hope?on ballroad Hill so we still have alot of unwanted roosting birds around

    Posted anonymously at 09:40, Tue 29 August 2023

  • The lady who was throwing food out the communal courtyard has continued and still is continuing to feed rats,pidgeons and seagals from a casserole dish made up of food from her steps in the comunal courtyard,this is a food source and before long the building will be over run with rats once again

    Posted anonymously at 10:21, Tue 26 September 2023
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • As stated in previous update this is continuing but from a casserole dish on steps,but still alot of pidgeons,seagals,not much other bird species

    Posted anonymously at 10:39, Tue 24 October 2023
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • The problems with rats,pidgeons etc .I now have pests of somekind in my attic the local authority have been informed about this today,ccc

    Posted anonymously at 11:17, Tue 21 November 2023
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • The pest control are now coming to look in attic,23 11 23 hopefully rats haven't nested as they have a food source in comunal courtyard

    Posted anonymously at 19:40, Tue 21 November 2023

  • Not fixed,still have a problem,aswell as pests in the attic still

    Posted anonymously at 11:53, Tue 19 December 2023
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • As I've stated before,not fixed since the pandemic.

    Posted anonymously at 12:38, Tuesday 16 January 2024
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • The food has stopped being thrown onto the roof and floor,now for a while it's put into ceramic bowl and placed,and being thrown onto the grass in the property next door,church of good hope

    Posted anonymously at 13:07, Tuesday 13 February 2024
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Still the same feeding from a casserole dish,and throwing it onto the grass

    Posted anonymously at 13:34, Tuesday 12 March 2024
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 14:22, Tuesday 9 April 2024

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