Date of Meeting:
Barry Island Community Centre, Tuesday at 7pm
Location of Concern:
Lanes at the rear of Clive Road
Fly tipping in the lanes at the rear of Clive Road, Phyllis Street and Amherst Crescent. This is largely due to the alley gates being left open by residents.
- >> Update - 31/05/2012
- There have been several further incidents of flytipping in the lane since the last update, all of which have been reported to the Council. The Vale Visible Services Department have removed 20-30 bags of rubbish from the lane. They are also issuing Fixed Penalty Notices to the persons responsible. Further flytipping has since occurred in the last couple of weeks and this has again been reported to the Council. The issue will continue to be monitored by the Police and the Council and positive action taken against those responsible.
- >> Lane cleared - 07/03/2012
- The lane has now been cleared by the Vale Council. Officers are liaising with staff at the Vale Council to discuss a long term solution to this problem.
- >> Clear up - 20/02/2012
- The Vale Council has been contacted to arrange for them to clear the lanes again as there is new evidence of fly tipping.
- >> UPDATE - 06/02/2012
There has been further fly tipping at the location which has been reported to the VOG Council.
We will continue to Patrol the area and support the council in the investigations and possible prosecutions.
A full update from the council is expected at the next pact meeting, in the meantime please report any fly tipping incidents to:
OneVale, 24 hour helpline, on 01446 700111
Vale of Glamorgan Council, Civic Offices, Holton Road, Barry CF63 4RU, Tel: (01446) 700111
- >> patrol update - 15/01/2012
PCSO Chant has spoken to Vale Councillor, regarding the possibility of a camera in the lanes to try and identify the culprit, Cllr Hodges will attend the next PACT meeting to discuss in open forum.
Patrol at 5.30pm, no issues and no further rubbish dumped.
Cycle patrols have taken place there is evidence of fly tipping, vale council has been informed.
- >> Ward update - 21/12/2011
Baruc officers have monitored the area on :-
Mostly during these times there have been no issues, however there have been occasions when the gates have been left open and there has been evidence of fly tipping. The Vale Council has attended and removed the rubbish and cleaned the area.
Councillor Nick Hodges will discuss other option s with the council including the installation of mobile CCTV cameras in an attempt to identify the culprits.
- >> patrols - 23/10/2011
- from 8pm onwards we patrolled the area with no issues to report.
- >> Passing patrols - 22/10/2011
- Passing patrols have taken place throughout the night.
- >> Further patrols - 21/10/2011
- Officers have patrolled both lanes and there is evidence of fly tipping. The Vale Council has been informed and will attend and clear it up.
- >> Lane patrols - 15/10/2011
- Patrols have taken place in the lanes affected by fly tipping and the police have received no further reports from the public.
- >> Ward update - 10/10/2011
- Patrols between 4pm and 10pm with no issues.
- >> PACT priority update - 08/10/2011
17/09/2011 - The Vale council had already cleared a small van load of rubbish from the area. However police are still monitoring the situation and liaising with the council.
21/09/2011 - The Vale Council has repaired the alley gate at the Archer Road end.
22/09/2011 - More than 100 letters have been delivered to affected residents reminding them of their responsibility to keep the gates closed and also of the increased security risks to their properties by leaving the gates open.
07/10/2011 - PCSO Chant has patrolled the area, and there are no issues at present.
What we did
Numerous patrols, on foot and cycles, at various times of the day and night have been conducted in the area and police have reported several incidents of fly tipping to the Vale Council. The Vale Council have cleared the area and on one occasion had to remove 20-30 bags of rubbish. They have also repaired the alley gate at the Archer Road end. It was agreed at the latest pact meeting that this could be monitored as part of routine policing. Any further incidents of fly tipping will be reported to the Council.
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