Harrow Council says it is taking action against a fly-tipping hotspot in Wealdstone and needs your help to stop the disgusting and unacceptable level of fly-tipping near High Street Wealdstone.
Harrow Council is proposing a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) in your area. The PSPO would make it illegal to block the access road to the rear of 88 – 112 High Street, Wealdstone at any time.
The Council’s evidence shows that this access road is being continually blocked by unattended vehicles. This practice prevents access for service vehicles which in turn leads to significant accumulations of waste which is unsightly and attracts vermin. Additionally, in the event of an emergency, Police, Ambulance and Fire Service vehicles will not be able to attend at the point of the emergency potentially leading to a loss of both property and life.
Harrow Council would like your views on a proposed PSPO in the area depicted. This would prohibit the following activities:
- To leave any vehicle, plant or machinery unattended at any time on the service road.
- To erect or place any storage unit.
- To store any item other than waste awaiting collection in appropriate containers and those containers only to be placed in the area hatched on the map overleaf.
The owner of any vehicle left unattended or any person storing waste receptacles other than in
the indicated area would face a £100 Fixed Penalty Notice or a possible criminal
The PSPO would be enforced by authorised officers of Harrow Council.
If you wish to voice your support or make an objection to the proposed PSPO, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to us at Environmental Compliance, Civic Centre 1, Station Road, Harrow HA1 2XY by Friday 28th April 2017.