Anger at huge piles of fly-tipped waste on estate

Anger at huge piles of fly-tipped waste on estate

Selfish fly-tippers have turned a patch of open land into a haven for vermin by dumping large piles of rubbish there.
Huge amounts of waste have been accumulating behind a row of houses on Lamberhead Road in Norley Hall for the past few months.
The ground is now strewn with everything from television sets and household items to piles of building rubble and debris.
Unhappy residents say the area is now giving off an unpleasant smell, with the problem expected to get worse once temperatures start to rise, and providing a home for rats.
The council has confirmed the patch of land is in private... read more

8 January 2018 in Regional North West , Views: 31
Source: Wigan Today

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