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Three Fires in Three Weeks

Three Fires in Three Weeks Today all the dry leaves were collected and put on white plastic bags inside the playground behind the Mexborough building. Some people took one of those bags, inserted some fireworks inside them and put them on fire.

At 18:39 a resident called the fire brigade which arrived within a few minutes and the fire was distinguished quickly.

Graffiti Has Been Removed - UPDATED

Pathways Repairs Mr Gary Nicholls, Estate Services Supervisor, informed us today that "the graffiti has been removed.

However, there has been some deep bleeding into the concrete wall which cannot be removed and which has caused some shadowing. This occurred due to the concrete being very porous. I hope you can understand that this is beyond our control."

Vandalism on the Main Entrance of Goldthorpe - FIXED

Broken Window on the Main Entrance of Goldthorpe The glass on the main entrance of Goldthorpe has been vandalised recently. The damages have been reported to the repairs team (Ref 1143216/1 and Ref 1143211/1). Read the updates below:

SCCI Have Installed Sockets Without Following The Procedures

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Camden Council Marked Damaged Paving Stones



Damages Ramps
Today Camden council marked the damaged paving stones on the two ramps around the Goldthorpe building. Those markings are in addition to the markings for the broken timber bollards.

Behind the Pratt Street Gate



Damages On Three Timber Bollards
Three timber bollards on the pavements (see attached photos) in front of Billingley have destroyed either by the contractors that do works inside the estate or by residents/guests cars.

UPDATES BELOW

Damages On Three Timber Bollards



Damages On Three Timber Bollards
Three timber bollards on the pavements (see attached photos) in front of Billingley have destroyed either by the contractors that do works inside the estate or by residents/guests cars.

The damages have been reported to Mr Barry Betts, Estate Officer (Telephone: 020 7974 4258).

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