CCTV to be deployed as C-NAG continues battle against local fly-tipping
The Colnbrook NAG has published details of the next phase of action against the scourge of fly-tipping in the western end of the village.
Colnbrook Neighbourhood Action Group (C-NAG) members discussed the next steps in the battle to stamp out fly-tipping in the village at its last meeting on June 24.
Rhian Richards SBC’s Resilience and Enforcement Team Leader is obtaining quotes from contractors for the removal and clean-up of the ditches.
Esther Masters confirmed that a meeting with residents will take place soon to explain Slough Borough Council’s proposals for removing the fly-tipped rubbish dumped in the ditches alongside Willow Close and Horton Road.
Mrs Masters also confirmed that SBC had agreed to position static cameras to monitor the affected ditches and installation work was expected to begin shortly. SBC will also be responsible for the cameras and for the positioning of appropriate notices.
Slough Borough Council is also finalising proposals for a community event involving local groups and a number of agencies which is planned to take place in Colnbrook during the school holidays in August. Details will be provided once confirmation of those involved has been received.
The C-NAG meeting also heard an update on Slough’s plans to replace street lamps with LED street lighting from next year.
The full minutes can be read here.