Back Lanes Litter Meeting
Arthur’s Hill councillors have called a public meeting to discuss ‘waste and recycling issues’ in the area.
In a joint letter, councillors say the area continues to face challenges and have called on Arthur’s Hill residents to let them know “what more we can do together to solve these long-standing problems”.
“Although the communal bins have generally improved the cleanliness of our back lanes”, they say, “there are still some grot spots, a lot of fly tipping and a minority of residents who dump rubbish on the ground rather than finding a bin”.
A video meeting (open to all Arthur’s Hill ward residents) will take place on Zoom on Tuesday 9 March, 6pm. If you want to attend you will need to register before the meeting to get the videolink to take part. Register here.
Those unable to attend, or who prefer to put their thoughts and ideas in writing, can email Cllr Nick Forbes, who has promised to raise issues with the City Council. “This can be about specific issues or problems you experience on a regular basis, or about any ideas you have for ensuring everyone follows the rules about waste disposal and recycling”.