Colnbrook’s NAG has warned that a streets around Willow Close and Drift Way are, once again, being used to park up cars for sale, while litter from a house in multiple occupation “does not bode well for community harmony”.
Colnbrook’s NAG has been told of arrests for shoplifting and steps taken to prevent further vandalism of the empty Star & Garter, while there has been further progress in the group’s campaign to eradicate fly-tipping.
Colnbrook residents be warned of another van break-in in the village. Resident Danny Wells has reported that his van was broken into last night, this time at Willow Close.
More CCTV and a “promising lead” in the battle against fly-tippers … but Cherwell Close is latest to be targeted
Good and bad news on the fly-tipping front was reported at the last meeting of the Neighbourhood Action Group while measures to deter a traveller encampment at the Poyle Travelodge were discussed.
There are “no quick fixes” to Colnbrook’s continuing fly-tipping problem but Slough Borough Council will investigate the possibility of more CCTV, the Neighbourhood Action Group has been told.
Colnbrook NAG is to ask two local bodies to reconsider recent decisions to withdraw services to the group, minutes from last Wednesday’s meeting show.
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.