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In front of Dolphin Court for the last 4months have been left four,build base, builders bags full of sand etc. This is on a parking space that residents have been unable to use It is not known who left them there or who they beong to

Reported via desktop in the Parking category anonymously at 10:13, Tue 23 March 2021

Sent to Rutland County Council less than a minute later

Four ' Build Base ' builders bags full of sand etc which have been there for at least four months Not known who they belong to and why they are still there. Has RCC given permission for them to be left there? They are taking up a parking space for residents who ive in Dolphin Court and also nearby bungalows. This is causing cars to be parked on the grass etc

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  • Have visited site this morning and the builders bags are still there. A passer by thinks it may be from Todd Terrace round the walk through as there has been for several months building works

    Posted anonymously at 08:08, Mon 29 March 2021

  • Have visited site again today and the four, filled, builders bags are still outside Dolphin Court. What action are RCC taking to remove from this car park space

    Posted anonymously at 13:40, Mon 5 April 2021

  • Visited site again 10th April and builders bags plus contents still there in front of Dolphin Court

    Posted anonymously at 09:39, Mon 12 April 2021

  • The bags are still left outside Dolphin Court in a parking space

    Posted anonymously at 08:46, Mon 19 April 2021

  • Visited Dolphin Court on Monday 26th April and builders bags are still on parking area

    Posted anonymously at 06:29, Tue 27 April 2021

  • Due to the age of this request we are closing this enquiry. If there is still an issue with this, please raise a new enquiry.

    State changed to: Closed

    Posted by Rutland County Council at 13:45, Friday 22 April 2022

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