by danielbarker on 11 August, 2017
Through Walsall Lib.Dems. badgering the owners via council officers, the skip by the former Cavalcade site on Stroud Avenue, Short Heath has been removed.
The skip has gone from the what used to be the entrance to the car park of the Cavalcade pub. It took a lot of badgering to get it shifted but finally, a few days ago it went.
Wish the same could be said of the overflow of rubbish from the skip and the rest of the stuff dumped by the mindless few who think nothing of shifting their unwanted stuff onto someone else’s front doorstep.
The owners argued that it wasn’t their rubbish, they’d put the skip there to stop unauthorised access to their land. Eventually it sunk home that whose ever the rubbish was it was their problem not the council’s and certainly not the local residents.
Having seen sense the developer removed the skip in time to stop enforcement action being taken. All he has to do now is clean up the mess that’s left. We’d also suggest he’d be doing everyone a favour if he got on with what he said he was going to with the site – build houses…….
PS to be fair the developer has blocked the access with bollards to prevent unwanted access.
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