Good and bad news in campaign against fly-tipping
There’s been good news and bad on the fly-tipping front with one eyesore cleaned up just as another one has reappeared.
Neighbourhood Action Group chair Raymond Jackson has informed members and interested parties that the recent rubbish dumped in Rayners Close has been removed and a new section of fence has been installed.
Mr Jackson has expressed gratitude towards the land owners for their efforts in addressing the problem.
The bad news is that there has been another spate of fly-tipping at that all-too-familiar hotspot adjacent to the Travelodge in Poyle. Slough Borough Council have already expressed disappointment that Highways England, which is responsible for the site, ignored a request to seal off the lay-by to prevent further occurrences.
Mr Jackson has labelled it a disgrace:
“First impressions are important and the impression given to anyone entering Colnbrook from that direction is dreadful”.