Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Councillor walkabout of kings Heath (from my house in Southlands Road to Highbury Road and back) – Wednesday 11th January 2006

Graffiti –Graffiti referral form number 33 raised for items 1 to 4. Councillor Request mu01023 raised for items 5 and 6.
1) black coloured graffiti tag ’AMIGO’ on Telewest box on Cambridge Road, close to School Road junction
2) black coloured graffiti tag on Telewest box next to 64 York Road
3) silver coloured graffiti tag on black metal cabinet in front of 26 York Road
4) lots of graffiti tags on sign for Poplar Road Health Centre – sign faces kings Heath Primary School. Ladders will be required
5) black coloured graffiti tag ‘AG’ underneath bay window on frontage of the Goose pub, High Street, close to Bank Street.
6) blue coloured graffiti tag on frontage of 32 Bank Street

Dumped rubbish for Lifford Lane depot to remove Councillor Request mu01024 raised for items 7 to 12.
7) Wooden draws on pavment in front of 108 Westfield road
8) Various items on pavement in front of 51 Westfield Road
9) Two wooden draws on pavement in front of 76 Grange road
10) Traffic cones on the pavement in front of 43 and 33 Station road
11) Lots of cardboard boxes next to Salvation Army cloths recycling bin on Billesley Lane, close to Southlands Road
12) Lots of plastic bags full of bottles next to litter bin on Southlands Road, close to Billesley Lane junction

Action for the Selly Oak Hit Squad to remove – Councillor Request mu01025 raised
13. blue coloured graffiti tag on painted surface of 31 Poplar Road ‘Kind Barbers’
14. two large graffiti tags on painted surface next to Poplar road entrance of Morisson’s Supermarket car park – ‘JOKER’ and ‘TUNE’
15. paint over graffiti cover door across the road from 133 Highbury road
16. graffiti tags on painted surface of frontage of Ruprai Food and Wines, 112-114 Station Road

Bin bags on pavement – Councillor Request mu01025 raised
17) Advanced bin bag in front of xxx Bank Street
18) Advanced bin bag in front of xxx York Road
19) Advanced bin bag in front of xxx Westfield Road
20) Advanced bin bag in front of xxx Westfield Road
21) Advanced bin bag in front of xxx Cambridge Road

Large domestic furniture items in front gardens – Councillor Request mu01025 raised
22) Furniture items in front garden of xxx Grange Road
23) Roles of carpets in front garden of xxx Westfield Road
24) Lots of furniture items in front garden of xxx Westfield road
25) TV set in front garden of xxx Station Road

Section 4 notice required on property to remove litter/rubbish that attracts rats or provides them with a place to nest – Councillor Request mu01025 raised
26) sofa in front garden of xxx Grange Road
27) Chair in front garden of xxx Westfield Road
28) piles of clothes and sofa in the front garden of xxx York Road – can we do a thorough investigation of this property, something weird is going on here? It looks as if the garage to the side is chock full of rubbish and maybe a massive rats nest.
29) mattress in passageway between xxx and xxx Station Road

Shopping trolleys – Councillor Request mu01025 raised
30. Morrison’s shopping trolley in front garden of 86 Grange Road

Miscellaneous items – Councillor Request mu01029 raised for items 34 to 37
31) laurel bushes not trimmed in Balaclava Road – Councillor Request mu01026 raised
32) do the railings in front of 213 to 223 Station Road have planning permission? They are above 1 metre in height – Councillor Request mu01027 raised
33) which Council Department owns the overgrown Council land next to 9 Westfield Road? – Councillor Request mu01028 raised
34. can we tell Ruprai Food and Wines, 112-114 Station Road to stop leaves there wooden crates and trolleys on the pavement to the front and side of there shop – the pavement is not an extension of their store room!
35. ‘work in progress’ barriers scattered across the pavement next to cycle stand in front of Morrisson’s Supermarket, High Street
36. two plastic bollards missing from pavement in front of 31 Poplar Road ‘Kind Barbers’
37. Woodville road nameplate needs replacing at junction with Poplar Road – someone has scratched out some of the letters

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