Telford householder’s dismay over waste dumped in alleyway

A Telford man has complained that problems with dumped refuse on his home estate are ‘unacceptable’.

Mark Baldi and wife Diane have lived in Stonedale, Sutton Hill, for more than 30 years.

This week he posted a picture of piles of rubbish in an alleyway next to their property.

Mr Baldi said: "I and other local residents find these conditions to be unacceptable to have to live with. We have tried to report these issues to our local council with little or no response.

"We as a local community do hope to somehow get some kind of resolve to these awful conditions facing us daily.”

Telford & Wrekin Council operates an online reporting service where residents can report fly tipping and similar issues at telford.gov.uk/info/20249/report_it.




Date: 10 January 2018 | Source: Shropshire Star

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