Saturday, 21 January 2012

Flytipping creates public health concerns

I have been very concerned about the impact of flytipping in Clarence Lane, Hyndland. Over the last month, I have asked for assistance from council services to clear up the lane which has become a risk to public health.

Mud and rubbish have built up

Thankfully, graffiti has been removed by Glasgow Community Safety Services and items dumped have been cleared by Land and Environmental Services. 

 The site is clear!

Let's hope it can stay tidy and safe for local pupils to use as a meeting place. I will keep monitoring the area in the coming months.

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