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.

Rayners Close 09.11.15

The repaired fence at Rayners Close will hopefully deter future reoccurrences of fly-tipping.

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.

Rayners Close - Gap in fence

As it was: the broken fence just a few weeks ago …

Rayners Close - Gap in fence (2)

… and what was dumped there.

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”.

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