Provide the alley of 2 Patshull Road with CCTV, security lighting & bins for the residents

Provide the alley of 2 Patshull Road with CCTV, security lighting & bins for the residents

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Max Budhani started this petition to Camden Council and
  • The residents that provide a signature have agreed that if these issues are not fixed with a quick turnaround we will cease to pay council tax until the below issues are dealt with.
  • This petition has been arranged owing to little response despite emails being sent and the police being called out on a minimum of two occasions June 17th 2020 & June 30th 2020 both section eights.

In the last six months the alley way behind Kentish Town Job centre (please find location HERE) has become a rubbish tip, a place for drug addicts to use and a crime spot for dealing. A side from the problems mentioned it is also used as a toilet and place for the homeless to look through the rubbish bins. 

Residents of the alley are now at a health and safety risk with the over flow of trash, rodents, human defecation and drug paraphernalia including needles scattered around the walkway.  

We believe there are several ways of reducing the ongoing problem and wish the council to tackle it by:

  • Providing bins for the residents of the alley (three large) two recycling and one general waste 
  • Removing the bins that currently sit in the alley elsewhere (we do not have any bins for the residence of the alley) 
  • Provide Camden council bin bags
  • Security lights throughout the alley way 
  • CCTV on the front of the alley way entrance
  • Rubbish being collected on a consistent basis

More police presence around Patshull road and leading on to Kentish town road. 

We feel as tax payers and contributors to local businesses including the renters and owners of property, that our health and safety is in danger and wish for the council to take action. 

 

  

 

 

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