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oldandjaded

Active Member
Actually that sign would be an advert for tippers on second thought. Perhaps when the cpz is introduced the parking will reduce and vans wont be so comfortable just pulling up?
 
Actually that sign would be an advert for tippers on second thought. Perhaps when the cpz is introduced the parking will reduce and vans wont be so comfortable just pulling up?
I wondered whether putting up some planters there might help but it is on a bit of slope. Or maybe paint a big pair of eyes on the wall. There must be some low cost way of discouraging them.
 

colacubes

Well-Known Member
I wondered whether putting up some planters there might help but it is on a bit of slope. Or maybe paint a big pair of eyes on the wall. There must be some low cost way of discouraging them.
Someone tried the planters thing at a couple of fly-tipping points in West Norwood and unfortunately it didn't seem to discourage it. Only meant that the plants got ruined as well as stuff being dumped :rolleyes:
 

Winot

I wholeheartedley agree with your viewpoint
Most of the fly-tipping round us isn’t bulky stuff that should be taken to Lambeth tips. It’s just ordinary rubbish that could be bagged up and put in wheelie bins. I’m perplexed as to why it’s dumped where it is.
 

Brixton Hatter

Home is south London mate
I’m getting well fcuked off with fly tipping in our street and around the area. This load of sh1t was dumped recently right in the path where kids are trying to get to Primary school. Then a few days later they dumped more in the same place.
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Thinking of investing in some fake cctv cameras and a few of these signs.

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gaijingirl

Well-Known Member
I’m getting well fcuked off with fly tipping in our street and around the area. This load of sh1t was dumped recently right in the path where kids are trying to get to Primary school. Then a few days later they dumped more in the same place.
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Thinking of investing in some fake cctv cameras and a few of these signs.

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That corner gets it particularly badly - we know the people who live in there and I feel bad for them - they once painted our front wall when it got tagged just to try and stop further tagging down the street. They've also had their wall crashed into at least once by people speeding through the bridge and misjudging the traffic island. The walk into school along the street is an absolute minefield of fly tipped crap and dog shit.
 

Nanker Phelge

Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
Bags of food waste left out does my head in. There's a tree out front and some twit keeps putting bags of rubbish there which then get torn up by cats and foxes and strewn across the street.

Council have screwed a sign to the tree asking for people not to ditch shit out there.

We have wheelie bins out back where rubbish is collected.

I don't get why they keep doing it. They must step out and see the dirty nappies and pots of old rice scattered up the street.

Shows such a lack of consideration to others who live here.
 

Smick

Strictly Second Class
It's a given that if you leave anything out the front of the house, someone will come and take it. I've left tables, chairs, an old cooker. Gone within fifteen minutes. I tell myself that it's great to see something given new life rather than destroyed at the dump. It has been a while since I've done it.

Recently, when I've see fly tipping, I wonder if it is the shite which they can't use and they drop it off in the first place they can find.

Maybe the source of the problem is that culture of not disposing of waste properly to begin with.
 

T & P

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It's a given that if you leave anything out the front of the house, someone will come and take it. I've left tables, chairs, an old cooker. Gone within fifteen minutes. I tell myself that it's great to see something given new life rather than destroyed at the dump. It has been a while since I've done it.

Recently, when I've see fly tipping, I wonder if it is the shite which they can't use and they drop it off in the first place they can find.

Maybe the source of the problem is that culture of not disposing of waste properly to begin with.
If the item is in acceptable condition fair enough, and clearly you’re responsible enough to leave just such items outside. But some others will leave completely ruined or broken furniture, appliances etc knowing nobody will take them.
 

shakespearegirl

just worked out taglines
Someone stole a skip, dangerously overfilled it and then flytipped on Somers road off Brixton hill earlier this year. Took well over a month to get it removed
 

Smick

Strictly Second Class
If the item is in acceptable condition fair enough, and clearly you’re responsible enough to leave just such items outside. But some others will leave completely ruined or broken furniture, appliances etc knowing nobody will take them.
They always get lifted one way or another though. I think salvage guys lift anything, take them back to their yard, and when they find it isn't worth anything, they will bring it back and dump it on a street corner.

In their mind they've lifted it from the street and return it to the street.

The person who has dumped the broken armchair thinks someone will have fixed it and that they have done the right thing because they don't see it outside their gate any more.

While I've been guilty of it in the past, I think that the council should try to prevent that sort of 'recycling'. Issue fines perhaps.
 
It's a given that if you leave anything out the front of the house, someone will come and take it. I've left tables, chairs, an old cooker. Gone within fifteen minutes. I tell myself that it's great to see something given new life rather than destroyed at the dump. It has been a while since I've done it.

Recently, when I've see fly tipping, I wonder if it is the shite which they can't use and they drop it off in the first place they can find.

Maybe the source of the problem is that culture of not disposing of waste properly to begin with.
At the end of Probyn, for some reason there is an unusually high proportion of dirty old mattresses.
 

Smick

Strictly Second Class
At the end of Probyn, for some reason there is an unusually high proportion of dirty old mattresses.
Fair enough. Nobody's ever going to think that someone will get use out of those. And the salvage men in the van wouldn't bother to pick those up. That's out and out fly tipping.
 

Nanker Phelge

Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
The bar staff in the Tulse Hill Hotel spend a lot of energy trying to be anywhere other than the bar. To head out back and mooch about doing 'other things' seems to be a general practice.

I've always thought the Railway was bad for lack of attention to customers, but the Tulse is upping the game in making people wait and being all nonchalant about it.
 

oldandjaded

Active Member
As I say, signs like that are just an advert for places to dump. Pop a camera and a sign "smile your on tv" or something. But nailing that to a tree is silly. Probably kill the tree in the long run.
 

Smick

Strictly Second Class
I've heard an apocryphal tale about a sign which went up in post war 1940s which said "DO NOT THROW STONES AT THIS SIGN". And people came from miles around to do so

Also, when I first moved into the area, there was a sign about kerb crawlers and prostitutes on Hillside Road. I thought I was living in a red light district and kept an eye out for all the filth. Had I been in the market for such services, I'd have been out in my Mackintosh.

Putting up signs instructing people not to do anything will just encourage it.
 
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