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Reducing Litter and Fly-tipping

We again had rubbish dumped on Wimbourne Drive this week. We reported this once again to Brent council street care department to clear up. Fly-tipping in the area is mostly done by tenants in rented accommodations dumping their old mattresses, beddings household items etc. This constant Fly-tipping is bringing down the appearance of the area and every one suffers.  

Potholes in Queensbury Station Parade

Fix the potholes in Queensbury Station Parade. The number of potholes have prompted residents to get in touch with Brent Council and voice their concerns. Some of the potholes are six or seven inches deep. Residents have complained “They can’t make a safe manoeuvre and are driving over potholes and damaging their vehicles".

Reducing Litter and Fly-tipping

Brent Council is issuing ‘fly-tipping’ Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN) to a resident who illegally dumped rubbish in the borough following new powers give to local authorities across the country. This week we have reported fly-tipping again, to Brent Council on Sandhurst Road Queensbury at the corner of Princes Avenue, the area is regularly being fly-tipped.

Tackling Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour

Brent Safer Neighbourhood Board meeting with be held from 7pm - 9pm on Thursday12 May in the conference hall at Brent Civic centre. All residents are welcome to attend. The agenda will include an update on policing activities dealing with violent crime, including the recent shooting incidents. The board will be discussing potential projects for it to fund this financial year, including on domestic violance and gangs. Activities for community payback will also be discussed.

Reducing Litter and Fly-tipping

Brent Councils have been given new powers to tackle Britain's growing fly-tipping problem. From this month,fixed penalty notices can be issued for small-scale offences such as dumping pieces of broken furniture, old televisions or mattresses. Unsightly and anti-social, fly-tipping has become a menace to residents in Brent. "Not only does fly-tipping create an eyesore for residents, it is also a serious public health risk, creating pollution and attracting rats and other vermin." Potential offender will be issued a fine of anywhere between £150 and £400.

Zac Goldsmith visits Neasden Temple

Zac Goldsmith gave a speech to a couple of thousand devotees at the Swaminarayan temple on his Action Plan for Greater London and about working with the Government to secure the funds and powers needed to make London a great city for everyone to live in. He promised he will deliver more homes, better transport, cleaner air and safer streets, all while keeping London's economy strong and mayoral council tax frozen.

Postal Ballot being dropped by Brent Council

Postal ballot papers are being dropped by Brent council starting from 15th April 2016. Your vote will decide who is responsible for Brent and London's future.

Big Pothole reported to Brent Council

We have reported a big pothole outside 118 Princes Avenue Queensbury near the school. Brent Council Highways department has been informed to get it repaired.

Reducing Litter and Fly-tipping

Litter and Fly-tipping in Westmoreland Road Queensbury. Brent Council will not clear as it is on Private land belonging to Morrison, still ‪#‎Brent‬ council responsibility to take Enforcement Action.