Vandalism at Residential Estates

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As part of Housing Department’s integrated approach in liaising with their Tenant’s Associations, the Housing Department and Housing Works Agency have worked very closely with the Mid Harbours Tenants Association to achieve its aim of maintaining and beautifying this estate. An interactive approach with the younger members of the estate has been adopted with the children actively taking part in planting some of these flowers and plants.

It is therefore very disappointing to see someone via CCTV footage vandalising and stealing the newly placed planters at the Estate. The CCTV footage obtained has been passed on to the RGP for their action.

Another area of concern is the inappropriate disposal of rubbish in all of our housing estates. Tenants are reminded of the following:

  • Loose items, like single cans, packaging, etc. should not be disposed of in a chute. Items should be bagged, and the bag should be tied tightly.
  • Large bags should not be tossed down a chute. If it is challenging to get the bag in the chute, then you can click here to seek the advice of experts on how to manage waste easily and properly.
  • Bedding, broken furniture, small appliances, etc. are not to be thrown down a chute. These sorts of large items block the chute, which causes garbage to pile up, and are sometimes very costly to remove. Recently a Christmas tree was disposed of via a chute causing major blockage that required extensive works to rectify. On another occasion, a disposal BBQ tray was also disposed of via a chute causing a fire and rendering the chute unserviceable. And on last night I found a refrigerator which can be impaired by service in the dustbin I think most of the people are unaware about replacement services. Whirlpool Refrigerator Water Filter Replacements Here can help you to get deal at affordable price
  • Never toss burning cigarettes into a chute.
    All large items are to be disposed of at the Gibraltar General Support Services site in Dobinson’s Way.

The Housing Department in conjunction with the Housing Works Agency are constantly striving to uplift the quality of their residential estates, with proper maintenance and beautification. The aim is to provide a clean and healthy living environment for its tenants and to also protect the wellbeing of the estates, however in order to accomplish this the cooperation of all our tenants and the community is required.

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