Beds in shed af­fect out qual­ity of life

Harefield Gazette - - OPINION - PETER ROMERO Pin­gle­stone Close, Har­mondsworth

WHERE we live in Har­mondsworth there are beds in sheds.

I have re­ported this to the lo­cal coun­cil and as yet they have failed to do any­thing about it, it seems that they can­not do any­thing as its been over a time where they can­not en­force the law.

I can­not tell you how much it has af­fected our own qual­ity of life, I’m con­cerned for my next door neigh­bour who is el­derly and re­tired, the vul­ner­a­ble have been af­fected.

It also has an ef­fect on the rest of so­ci­ety since the res­i­dents have not reg­is­tered and are not li­able to pay any tax. I’m aghast the coun­cil has not done any­thing about this and also the facts show they have to­tally just let this hap­pen so openly.

Just to­day I had a con­fronta­tion with one land­lord as the path­way that leads to my park­ing is blocked by a con­trac­tor who is in­stalling new cup­boards in the shed/garage.

I’m to­tally be­wil­dered how on earth the Lon­don bor­ough of Hilling­don let them get away for so long.

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