JUST weeks after dumped household items were removed from an alleyway at Blenheim Road in Tredworth, more rubbish has been piled up in the same spot.
The fly-tipping hot spot has angered nearby shopkeeper Mohamed Ajmeer into calling for action to be taken again. He said: “All the rubbish is back in the same place again.”
The rubbish includes two fridges and a mattress.
City councillor Said Hansdot (L, Barton and Tredworth) said: “All of the bins are full once again which is not very hygienic with the temperature rising in recent days.
“Mohamed complained to me to say that it stinks.
“Something must be done even if we have to put a camera in to catch out whoever is repeatedly using this alleyway as a dumping ground.
“There was talk of higher fixed penalty fines and I hope that this can still be the case to try and deter this from happening again.”
The problem has been reported to the council and Amey, the council’s contractor, will once again be tasked with removing the bags of rubbish and dumped furniture.