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A number of local residents have recently reported problems with Camden’s recycling service.
Since the council brought in new, larger wheelie bins (which have themselves been the subject of controversy, with unwanted bins costing taxpayers £67,000), recycling collections appear to have become less reliable. One block on Weedington Road didn’t get a single recycling collection for months, while addresses around Quadrant Grove have reported sporadic collections with no service every couple of weeks.
This is a real nuisance, and no one likes rubbish piling up in their driveway.
We are trying to get to the bottom of what is going on and have reported the service failure to the council. Please contact us if you are experiencing similar problems – it will help us build up a fuller picture and hold the council to account.
While most of Haverstock has survived the gale force winds that hit London last night, residents on Malden Place woke up to find a tree had been ripped out of the ground.
Fortunately no one was hurt, though there has been serious damage to cars on the street. We have been in touch with the council and can report that the tree will be chopped up and placed at the side of the road, for collection by the council’s contractors at the end of the week.
Residents with any other damage to report should get in touch as soon as possible so we can press the council for speedy repairs.