This is now a rubbish dump
Reported via desktop in the Fly Tipping category anonymously at 15:31, Fri 30 April 2021
Sent to Rutland County Council less than a minute later
Dumped black plastic bin bags containing ? old pram, broken bottles, building waste, rusty metal, old tractor or lorry tyres, asbestos roofing, boxes, toys, burnt remains of [portable cabin], plastic waste, foam waste,
Thank you for reporting this issue. This is now being investigated.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Rutland County Council at 09:05, Tue 4 May 2021
I went out yesterday afternoon to inspect the site. We have established it is private land so we are not able to remove the fly tipping.
Posted anonymously at 13:31, Wed 5 May 2021
State changed to: Closed
Updated by Rutland County Council at 13:35, Wed 5 May 2021
FOOTPATHS are unsafe. Broken glass, rusty metal, asbestos, burnt plastics, building waste on 2 footpaths. refer to correct team. You have a duty of care to ensure safety of people & animals usings FOOTPATHS. Do so.
State changed to: Open
Posted anonymously at 15:27, Wed 5 May 2021
I have once again been out to visit the site this afternoon 06.05.21. There is no rubbish on or obstructing the footpath/bridleway.
I have also been in contact with the Public Rights Of Way team and they have also confirmed as it is on private land they are unable to do anything.
I have forwarded your concern onto the Environment Agency as a potential health risk so please direct any further correspondence to them.
Posted by Harry Ayton at 15:21, Thu 6 May 2021
The entire site is full of dangerous building waste, rusty metal, broken glass, bin bags full of ? , evidence of burnt tractor tyres & plastics from [portable cabin], still asbestos visible & more known to have been buried. Environmental helth need to make the owners of this site CLEAN IT COMPLETEY as they claim it is a "sheep field". NO sheep in site & no fences to keep any sheep either. It is a TIP. RCC refuse to act as it is "private land". Justin Johnson said LAST YEAR that it was a "building development site".
Posted anonymously at 17:28, Fri 28 May 2021
Still open, via questionnaire
Please see previous update/comments. RCC are unable to get involved as it is private land, as previously mentioned. Please direct all future correspondence to the Environment Agency.
Posted by Harry Ayton at 11:18, Tue 1 June 2021
Provide an update