Slough Borough Council is holding a “Community Day” this Wednesday as part of the continuing drive to tackle fly-tipping in Colnbrook.
Colnbrook Views regular Keith Franklin has reported another fly-tipping incident. Remains of wooden pallets were brazenly dumped at the hoardings surrounding the Hadley Court flats development off Coleridge Crescent.
Slough Borough Council is making progress in the battle against fly-tipping locally, with a clean-up under way, new CCTV in place, and a Community Day in the planning. And the best news? That collapsed caravan at Junction 14 is finally to be cleared away!
The blitz on the twin scourges of fly-tipping and anti-social behaviour has been one of the big successes of the reformed Neighbourhood Action Group its chair has revealed.
A multi-agency team led by Slough Borough Council dropped in on residents in the Horton Road area in an unprecedented door knocking exercise to discover residents’ views – as well as warning of a clampdown on anti-social behaviour and other “low level” crime.
The person behind the recent fly-tipping in the car park of Colnbrook Village Hall has been caught and fined.
Plans for a new 2,789 sq. metre warehouse development on former light industrial units in Prescott Road were approved by the Planning Committee when it met last week.
A Colnbrook man has been fined after rubbish from a car spares business he managed was found dumped in woodland in South Bucks.