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Bags of builders rubble along public footpath, at the back of Caxton Rd/St Margarets Rd

Reported in the Flytipping category anonymously at 10:15, Tue 5 September 2017

Sent to East Hertfordshire District Council 5 minutes later

Bags of builders rubble along public footpath, at the back of Caxton Rd/St Margarets Rd. Tree cut down and dumped onto hedgerow making what was a narrow opening onto the footpath into one wide enough for motorbikes to gain access to footpath. Rubbish has been there for about a week no sign of it being removed.

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 11:51, Tue 3 October 2017

  • Council emailed to say it had been passed to the Enforcement Team for investigation but bags of builders rubble are still there and entrance to the footpath is blocked daily by a cement mixer and builders sand.

    Posted anonymously at 11:51, Tue 3 October 2017

  • The tree branches have been removed but more bags of builders mess appear daily. The house causing the problem is in St Margarets Road, with a back garden backing onto the footpath. The builders who are building a very large structure in the back garden of the house are using the footpath as a builder's yard.

    Posted anonymously at 12:39, Tue 3 October 2017

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