Graffiti and A Faulty Streetlight

On FixMyStreet this week:
Graffiti in Rayleigh:

Graffiti

Reported in the Graffiti category anonymously at 09:39, Wednesday
Sent to Rochford District Council 1 minute later

A large amount of graffiti has appeared on the wall at the entrance to the service road to the last few houses in Hullbridge Road. A lot of the lampposts on the footpath from there towards Hullbridge have also been ‘tagged’

 

and street lighting in Rayleigh:

Street Lighting

Reported in the Street lighting category anonymously at 11:40, Wednesday
Sent to Essex County Council 5 minutes later

The light is located in front of house numbers 14&16 Keats Walk Rayleigh Essex ss6 8yg. The number of the light is 1KW. It turns on at dusk and stays on until about 10.30pm to 11.00pm when it turns off, and then stays off for the rest of the night.

 

5 Comments

  1. Rayleigh Resident

    There has been a huge increase in the amount of yoof art covering the area lately. Is anything being done to try to catch the half wit kids that are doing it ? Personally I favour a taser but that might contravene their human rights and we can’t have that can we.

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  2. Dave A

    Not more!
    Good luck getting someone to clear it up !

    I have been trying since July to get the graffiti cleared on Crown Hill. Six months later it still hasnt gone. I evenemailled Mark Francois in August to raise the issue. That hasnt helped either. Just what needs to be done to get this cleared up? Its so frustrating.

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  3. Rayleigh Resident

    Dave A, if the yoof art is on private property then I believe it’s harder for RDC to remove. I can’t agree with you more, I hate graffiti, it really makes an area run down.

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  4. bruce smart

    I have requested that the graffiti on the bus shelter in Downhall Road be removed and have been assured that it will be done. Have also walked all the ward, the town council one, and reported some pavement issues. Please report any problems with pavements as these do tend to take a lower priority than potholes.

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  5. Rayleigh Resident

    Bruce, well done. What are your thoughts about getting rid of the yoof art in Crown Hill and on the hoarding around Station Approach ?

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