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No dog fouling sign

Reported in the Dog fouling category by resident hayes north at 20:44, Thu 4 June 2015

Sent to Hillingdon Borough Council 2 minutes later

Have had report the No Dog Fouling Sign in Mansfield Drive has been pulled down.

As can be seen with our reports, the residents are getting very cross with those who do not pick up dog mess.

The sign has been pulled off, could the council look into replacing the signs on the lampposts etc & make more of them viable again, as many are looking a bit past best.

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  • Could we please have a update on this request please.

    Thank you

    Posted by resident hayes north at 16:24, Thu 11 June 2015

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 08:03, Fri 3 July 2015

  • Have not seen any new signs in this road, saying this, new ones have been put up on the Park Road Green, one has already been pulled off.

    Feel the problem will not go away regarding dog fouling until it gets into local papers about fines been given out for those caught not picking up the mess.

    Thank you for giving us this platform to report these issues.

    Posted by resident hayes north at 08:03, Fri 3 July 2015

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 08:42, Fri 31 July 2015

  • The council could from time to time could send around the roads people who could fine the culprits on the spot, then make sure a note is placed in local papers of the areas fines have been given out, best time for them to patrol 7.00 am to 9.00 am
    then 5.00 pm to 19.00 pm. Just catch a few might help to stop it happing from a while. Sorry to say Its a problem which one will never be rid off.

    Posted by resident hayes north at 08:42, Fri 31 July 2015

  • Not sure, but will close file on it for now, thank you for your help

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by resident hayes north at 10:23, Fri 28 August 2015

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