Logs stacked up - attracting drug / alcohol use in open
Reported anonymously at 22:17, Monday 4 March 2019
Sent to Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire County Council 3 minutes later
Fallen trees have been stacked up - these are now being used as a meeting area and seating for alcohol/drug usage - people are openly using drugs / drinking alcohol during the day including when children are walking home from school via Peppercorn Avenue - please can you remove immediately to deter users from meeting in this very open public area. Thank you
Council ref: ENQ19828097
Thank you for your enquiry. This issue has been passed onto the relevant team for investigation.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 22:20, Monday 4 March 2019
Thank you for your enquiry. This report has been passed onto our Tree Team for their attendance, email - TreeTeam@oxford.gov.uk
State changed to: No further action
Posted anonymously at 09:27, Friday 22 March 2019
This matter has been passed onto the OCC Countryside supervisor, who will send out a team to investigate.
Posted anonymously at 15:34, Friday 22 March 2019
This issue is still ongoing - people are gathering here with dogs roaming freely leaving people unable to walk their dogs - drink & drug misuse is clearly apparent - I would appreciate removal of these logs urgently, thanks
State changed to: Open
Posted anonymously at 18:15, Tuesday 23 April 2019
03/07/2019 - as yet this issue still remains unresolved - tonight has a large gathering of drunk / drug users with dogs of leads causing an antisocial nuisance - despite numerous reports this has still not been cleared - please can this be removed as a matter of urgency as it's impacting my child's night sleep due to the excessive noise and dogs barking
Posted anonymously at 21:13, Wednesday 3 July 2019
Still nothing has been done and this issue remains - please refer to police report ref: 1556 15072019 - Persistent ASB and despite two e-mails to email@example.com to which no response has been received this issue remains - please can you resolve urgently!!!!!!
Posted anonymously at 16:32, Tuesday 6 August 2019
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