Public meeting on flytipping

5 May

Public Meeting on Flytipping

Good of Stephen Timms to be there, but this is really a council matter. Many people think the recently introduced £20 bulk waste collection charge has already made the problem worse.

Will any councillors turn up and talk to residents directly?


9 Responses to “Public meeting on flytipping”

  1. Dave the window cleaner. May 7, 2016 at 16:40 #

    This was done by Wombles who cleared furniture where are they.

  2. terry ball May 9, 2016 at 07:54 #

    yes the wombles a name from the past back in the nineties based at the tip they were good newhams team who used to help out people with bits and bobs that were given or recycled. ,and the flying squad dust carts who went out and got it immediately what happened to them .if its any good nothing last in newham .i might go to that meeting sounds like this bloke has had enough of the borough looking like a rubbish dump i know i have .my daughter drove me down the a406 the other day and there is more filth than trees ,we watched a driver in front of us throw a pop bottle out of the window why we never see these offenders penalised i do not know .

  3. HUGH BARNARD May 9, 2016 at 09:44 #

    The law has just changed: However, and this is one of Newham’s problems ‘productivity’, one has to catch them first.

    My own view is that a multi-layered approach, some carrot (back to free pick up), some education (about how much this ‘costs’, both monetary and associated), some actual analysis of hotspots, some actual work from ‘enforcement’ officers, pick-up and redistribution (I see furniture that is better than mine, a lot of the time!) and finally some visible ‘stick’ pour encourager les autres, as they say. However Newham is not really into thought out solutions, (misplaced) vanity is probably their main core skill. Shame.

  4. Geoff May 9, 2016 at 18:12 #

    Please can we have cameras along Capel Road and other tipping areas.

  5. terry ball May 10, 2016 at 19:07 #

    capel rd has councillors living on ,it if they were interested it would have happened by now .

  6. David Sussex May 13, 2016 at 18:29 #

    From what I remember going back years Newham Community Recycling kept Newham clean and tidy. No fly-tipping when them boys were around and a good recycling rate of all the furniture which helped the council. Whatever happened to them?, were they disbanded, bloody shame if they were!

  7. Alan C May 14, 2016 at 00:40 #

    Would this be the same company who featured in this court case in 2013?

    NEWHAM, EAST LONDON; A married couple who worked for a recycling charity dubbed ‘The Wombles’ fleeced the taxpayer out of £700,000 by allowing a firm to dump thousands of tonnes of commercial waste, a court heard. Mark Hackett, 39, and wife Michelle, 42, worked for Newham Community Recycling set up to collect and recycle waste for the local council. The charity is nicknamed ‘The Wombles’ after the fictional pointy-nosed, furry creatures who live in a burrow in Wimbledon Common. But the Hacketts allegedly teamed up with Excel Skip Hire boss Nathan Gooden, 31, in a plot to defraud cash-strapped Newham Council out of a fortune, Snaresbrook Crown Court heard

  8. terry ball June 7, 2016 at 18:15 #

    what was the outcome of this meeting did anyone go ?

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