I live in High Heaton and when I walk the kids to school in the morning I quite often pick up rubbish and sadly dog poo with a view to putting it in the bin. Unfortunately the council have removed the bins I used to put rubbish in so now I don't bother. Can I ask what rational there is for removing bins on streets, I'm sorry but I'm not going to carry rubbish and dog poo round all day. How am I supposed to have pride in my neighbourhood when the council remove the tools that help me to do so, it's a disgrace.
Jan 6, 2018
is there to be action in either replacing the bins that were removed from the green spaces or having a plan for the removal of the rubbish that is now present. simply expecting people to walk further to a bin is a non starter and is a disgrace if this the policy going forward. i live near kenton school -yes one of the biggest schools in england there was 5 bins around enterences on the south side, all been removed with only one at a bus stop 50m away on one side of the main road. the kids have now taken to throwing the rubbish on the ground or using the large plannter as a bin. can someone take ownership if the issue please?