Rat-infested rubbish outside family home

Rat-infested rubbish outside family home

Rat-infested rubbish outside family home

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A FATHER is calling for immediate action to tackle rat-infested dumped rubbish next to his family home.

Jonathan Rutter, 32, of Hamlet Court Road, Westcliff, says bags full of rubbish are left strewn in an alleyway by a Wimpy restaurant, which he lives next door to.

Items discarded include food remains, old sofas from other flats on the road and even needles and syringes.

Since January the dad-of-two has been speaking to both Southend Council and the restaurant owners about getting the rubbish removed.

But despite his pleas, bags are still being left regularly and Mr Rutter, who lives with his wife Kerry and sons James, six, and Riley, three, says rats have now started appearing, although Southend Council disputes this.

Some rubbish has also been chucked into his garden and MrRutter said he has had enough and wants it to be cleared up.

He said: “I think it is disgusting, and me and my partner have seen rats running around among the rubbish.

“It has got to the stage where we don’t want to let our sons play out in the garden because we fear they may become ill or play around in the rubbish.

“We are having to take them out to parks instead to get some outdoor activity, but it really shouldn’t have to be like this and it is not the same as using your own garden at home.”

Council bosses confirmed they are looking into the matter.

A spokeswoman said: “An officer has visited and formal action has been taken against the flat owner above the shop to remove some furniture and bags.

“A standard enforcement letter was issued on Tuesday to the property owner requiring the removal of the rubbish.

“This can be a lengthy formal process so the waste may remain in situ until we can undertake further legal action should the owner/occupier disregard the initial warning notice.

“The rubbish has not been deemed prejudicial to public health and no evidence of rats was found at that time.”

The Echo approached Wimpy for comment, but received no reply.

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4:39pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Nowthatsworthknowing says...

In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...
In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter... Nowthatsworthknowing
  • Score: -45

5:17pm Wed 4 Jun 14

whateverhappened says...

Is this comercial waste from wimpy..doesn't seem clear
Is this comercial waste from wimpy..doesn't seem clear whateverhappened
  • Score: 22

5:44pm Wed 4 Jun 14

laurisharowe92 says...

I am renting the flat above the wimpy with my partner abd 1yr old son and the rubbish has been cleared several times by myself abd my partner but it has become a joke I have got the same frustrations as my neighbour and I have also reported things to environmental health I have got coakcroaches and a mice inside of my flat and have reached the end of my tether with these matters I'm glad my neighbour has gone to the echo with this as maybe the officials will start to listen to both me and the other people that are having to live in these awful situations
I am renting the flat above the wimpy with my partner abd 1yr old son and the rubbish has been cleared several times by myself abd my partner but it has become a joke I have got the same frustrations as my neighbour and I have also reported things to environmental health I have got coakcroaches and a mice inside of my flat and have reached the end of my tether with these matters I'm glad my neighbour has gone to the echo with this as maybe the officials will start to listen to both me and the other people that are having to live in these awful situations laurisharowe92
  • Score: 49

5:52pm Wed 4 Jun 14

supermadmax says...

Put your hand in your pocket and get a private pest controller or perhaps keep putting signs and stick posts outside the wimpy telling the potential customers about the alleged cockroaches and rats. Southend council don't care.
Put your hand in your pocket and get a private pest controller or perhaps keep putting signs and stick posts outside the wimpy telling the potential customers about the alleged cockroaches and rats. Southend council don't care. supermadmax
  • Score: -25

6:30pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Robin Reliant says...

sounds like fly tipping, and seeing as the council seem to know who dumped the crap surely a substantial fine is in order, about time some disgusting residents(and businesses) are brought to book, it just adds to things making everything go downhill and if infact it is from the wimpy then they need an extra special fine being a business, disgraceful people.

Good luck with it all Mr Rutter.
sounds like fly tipping, and seeing as the council seem to know who dumped the crap surely a substantial fine is in order, about time some disgusting residents(and businesses) are brought to book, it just adds to things making everything go downhill and if infact it is from the wimpy then they need an extra special fine being a business, disgraceful people. Good luck with it all Mr Rutter. Robin Reliant
  • Score: 33

7:03pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Julian Ware-Lane says...

I think you will find that one of his councillors has got a result for him. Guess who?
I think you will find that one of his councillors has got a result for him. Guess who? Julian Ware-Lane
  • Score: -8

7:05pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Julian Ware-Lane says...

laurisharowe92 - If you want to discuss your issues please email me at cllrware-lane@southe
nd.gov.uk
laurisharowe92 - If you want to discuss your issues please email me at cllrware-lane@southe nd.gov.uk Julian Ware-Lane
  • Score: 11

7:56pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Alfiee says...

laurisharowe92 wrote:
I am renting the flat above the wimpy with my partner abd 1yr old son and the rubbish has been cleared several times by myself abd my partner but it has become a joke I have got the same frustrations as my neighbour and I have also reported things to environmental health I have got coakcroaches and a mice inside of my flat and have reached the end of my tether with these matters I'm glad my neighbour has gone to the echo with this as maybe the officials will start to listen to both me and the other people that are having to live in these awful situations
Good luck you should not have to live like this with young Children. Hope it's sorted for you pretty quick.
[quote][p][bold]laurisharowe92[/bold] wrote: I am renting the flat above the wimpy with my partner abd 1yr old son and the rubbish has been cleared several times by myself abd my partner but it has become a joke I have got the same frustrations as my neighbour and I have also reported things to environmental health I have got coakcroaches and a mice inside of my flat and have reached the end of my tether with these matters I'm glad my neighbour has gone to the echo with this as maybe the officials will start to listen to both me and the other people that are having to live in these awful situations[/p][/quote]Good luck you should not have to live like this with young Children. Hope it's sorted for you pretty quick. Alfiee
  • Score: 20

8:02pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Royr says...

Nowthatsworthknowing wrote:
In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...
Why the blue blazes should Mr Ritter put HIS hand into HIS pocket any more than you or I?
[quote][p][bold]Nowthatsworthknowing[/bold] wrote: In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...[/p][/quote]Why the blue blazes should Mr Ritter put HIS hand into HIS pocket any more than you or I? Royr
  • Score: 26

8:05pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Royr says...

whateverhappened wrote:
Is this comercial waste from wimpy..doesn't seem clear
Quite correct, not too clear, but maybe Environmental Health might be asked to check their waste food arrangements?
[quote][p][bold]whateverhappened[/bold] wrote: Is this comercial waste from wimpy..doesn't seem clear[/p][/quote]Quite correct, not too clear, but maybe Environmental Health might be asked to check their waste food arrangements? Royr
  • Score: 15

8:10pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Royr says...

supermadmax wrote:
Put your hand in your pocket and get a private pest controller or perhaps keep putting signs and stick posts outside the wimpy telling the potential customers about the alleged cockroaches and rats. Southend council don't care.
And you really think Wimpey customers will care any more than the council?
[quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Put your hand in your pocket and get a private pest controller or perhaps keep putting signs and stick posts outside the wimpy telling the potential customers about the alleged cockroaches and rats. Southend council don't care.[/p][/quote]And you really think Wimpey customers will care any more than the council? Royr
  • Score: 7

8:11pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Kim Gandy says...

Royr wrote:
Nowthatsworthknowing wrote:
In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...
Why the blue blazes should Mr Ritter put HIS hand into HIS pocket any more than you or I?
Absolutely. I live somewhere where idiots like chucking their rubbish about and have to pick up after them but if it got that bad and was rat infested I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to to come and sort it once and for all.

Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves? What is that all about, self service?

If we have to provide our own rubbish clearance then we want a reduction in council tax.

Honestly.
[quote][p][bold]Royr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nowthatsworthknowing[/bold] wrote: In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...[/p][/quote]Why the blue blazes should Mr Ritter put HIS hand into HIS pocket any more than you or I?[/p][/quote]Absolutely. I live somewhere where idiots like chucking their rubbish about and have to pick up after them but if it got that bad and was rat infested I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to to come and sort it once and for all. Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves? What is that all about, self service? If we have to provide our own rubbish clearance then we want a reduction in council tax. Honestly. Kim Gandy
  • Score: 17

8:12pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Royr says...

And my final comment - you might be pleased to know - WHY HAVE WIMPEY NOT RESPONDED.
And my final comment - you might be pleased to know - WHY HAVE WIMPEY NOT RESPONDED. Royr
  • Score: 12

8:14pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Almeda11 says...

Nowthatsworthknowing wrote:
In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...
A pointless excercise and a stupid comment because Wimpy will only continue to keep putting it there.

And l wonder if it was YOU living next door, whether you would take your own advice -- would you, really?
[quote][p][bold]Nowthatsworthknowing[/bold] wrote: In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...[/p][/quote]A pointless excercise and a stupid comment because Wimpy will only continue to keep putting it there. And l wonder if it was YOU living next door, whether you would take your own advice -- would you, really? Almeda11
  • Score: 16

8:37pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Robin Reliant says...

Julian Ware-Lane wrote:
I think you will find that one of his councillors has got a result for him. Guess who?
Ok i like a good game, let me see, was it, Errrrr, was it yourself..?

if so, wonder if you could tell us all if further action will be taken against the person(s)/business responsible, like heavy fines like that of fly tipping proportions, or will nothing happen.

I await your response,
Thanks in advance.
[quote][p][bold]Julian Ware-Lane[/bold] wrote: I think you will find that one of his councillors has got a result for him. Guess who?[/p][/quote]Ok i like a good game, let me see, was it, Errrrr, was it yourself..? if so, wonder if you could tell us all if further action will be taken against the person(s)/business responsible, like heavy fines like that of fly tipping proportions, or will nothing happen. I await your response, Thanks in advance. Robin Reliant
  • Score: 18

9:07pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Nebs says...

Royr wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
Put your hand in your pocket and get a private pest controller or perhaps keep putting signs and stick posts outside the wimpy telling the potential customers about the alleged cockroaches and rats. Southend council don't care.
And you really think Wimpey customers will care any more than the council?
They will if you return their rubbish to a table in their shop.
[quote][p][bold]Royr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: Put your hand in your pocket and get a private pest controller or perhaps keep putting signs and stick posts outside the wimpy telling the potential customers about the alleged cockroaches and rats. Southend council don't care.[/p][/quote]And you really think Wimpey customers will care any more than the council?[/p][/quote]They will if you return their rubbish to a table in their shop. Nebs
  • Score: 8

9:24pm Wed 4 Jun 14

abd123 says...

I understand from a neighbour that this has absolutely nothing to do with Wimpey and Environmental Health are satisfied with their waste and cleanliness arrangements. It is flat dwellers nearby, not anybody in the article, fly tipping.
I understand from a neighbour that this has absolutely nothing to do with Wimpey and Environmental Health are satisfied with their waste and cleanliness arrangements. It is flat dwellers nearby, not anybody in the article, fly tipping. abd123
  • Score: -2

9:45pm Wed 4 Jun 14

pussycats says...

A Suggestion.... Jonathan Rutter........ Contact your local M.P.
A Suggestion.... Jonathan Rutter........ Contact your local M.P. pussycats
  • Score: 3

10:28pm Wed 4 Jun 14

imnotanimby says...

It may or may not be Wimpy but the fact that there are cockroaches in the building (they can travel easily from the flat above it) and potentially rat infested rubbish outside means that I certainly won't risk eating there!
I would suggest that they put their hands in their pockets pdq and do something about it before they don't have a business to worry about. Or perhaps they have access to a legal department who can get the council to take it seriously.
It may or may not be Wimpy but the fact that there are cockroaches in the building (they can travel easily from the flat above it) and potentially rat infested rubbish outside means that I certainly won't risk eating there! I would suggest that they put their hands in their pockets pdq and do something about it before they don't have a business to worry about. Or perhaps they have access to a legal department who can get the council to take it seriously. imnotanimby
  • Score: 6

10:33pm Wed 4 Jun 14

whateverhappened says...

No doubt this type of problem will get worse..if indeed it can in westcliff..once this new shower of misfits who are now running the council go to fortnightly bin collections.
No doubt this type of problem will get worse..if indeed it can in westcliff..once this new shower of misfits who are now running the council go to fortnightly bin collections. whateverhappened
  • Score: 3

11:46pm Wed 4 Jun 14

GrumpyofLeigh says...

whateverhappened wrote:
No doubt this type of problem will get worse..if indeed it can in westcliff..once this new shower of misfits who are now running the council go to fortnightly bin collections.
They could move to daily collections but if inconsiderate residents just dump it........
[quote][p][bold]whateverhappened[/bold] wrote: No doubt this type of problem will get worse..if indeed it can in westcliff..once this new shower of misfits who are now running the council go to fortnightly bin collections.[/p][/quote]They could move to daily collections but if inconsiderate residents just dump it........ GrumpyofLeigh
  • Score: 7

11:48am Thu 5 Jun 14

ThisYear says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Royr wrote:
Nowthatsworthknowing wrote:
In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...
Why the blue blazes should Mr Ritter put HIS hand into HIS pocket any more than you or I?
Absolutely. I live somewhere where idiots like chucking their rubbish about and have to pick up after them but if it got that bad and was rat infested I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to to come and sort it once and for all.

Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves? What is that all about, self service?

If we have to provide our own rubbish clearance then we want a reduction in council tax.

Honestly.
"I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to"

"Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves"

Are you claiming you pay income tax and council tax (in full)
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Royr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nowthatsworthknowing[/bold] wrote: In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...[/p][/quote]Why the blue blazes should Mr Ritter put HIS hand into HIS pocket any more than you or I?[/p][/quote]Absolutely. I live somewhere where idiots like chucking their rubbish about and have to pick up after them but if it got that bad and was rat infested I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to to come and sort it once and for all. Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves? What is that all about, self service? If we have to provide our own rubbish clearance then we want a reduction in council tax. Honestly.[/p][/quote]"I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to" "Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves" Are you claiming you pay income tax and council tax (in full) ThisYear
  • Score: -14

1:10pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Howard Cháse says...

Bung it all in an old caravan dumped by the side ofa busy road and set light to it.....
Bung it all in an old caravan dumped by the side ofa busy road and set light to it..... Howard Cháse
  • Score: 11

1:13pm Thu 5 Jun 14

pembury53 says...

you have to laugh, "there was no evidence of rats", what did they expect, a rodent welcoming comittee....... there's nearly always rats where such rubbish is dumped, there was one along the path beside westcliff station the other day (another rubbish dump) that would have seen a cat off.....
you have to laugh, "there was no evidence of rats", what did they expect, a rodent welcoming comittee....... there's nearly always rats where such rubbish is dumped, there was one along the path beside westcliff station the other day (another rubbish dump) that would have seen a cat off..... pembury53
  • Score: 8

9:59pm Thu 5 Jun 14

Robin Reliant says...

Robin Reliant wrote:
Julian Ware-Lane wrote:
I think you will find that one of his councillors has got a result for him. Guess who?
Ok i like a good game, let me see, was it, Errrrr, was it yourself..?

if so, wonder if you could tell us all if further action will be taken against the person(s)/business responsible, like heavy fines like that of fly tipping proportions, or will nothing happen.

I await your response,
Thanks in advance.
over 24 hours later.

many thanks for the prompt response Julian, guess we can work out the answer ourselves, bask in a little glory by blowing your own trumpet regarding getting the bin bags removed for the family by announcing it on here but thats where it stops, no follow up on taking things further, you did the easy part by asking Cory to come and clean up,and i know you have read these replys.
Never mind.
[quote][p][bold]Robin Reliant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Julian Ware-Lane[/bold] wrote: I think you will find that one of his councillors has got a result for him. Guess who?[/p][/quote]Ok i like a good game, let me see, was it, Errrrr, was it yourself..? if so, wonder if you could tell us all if further action will be taken against the person(s)/business responsible, like heavy fines like that of fly tipping proportions, or will nothing happen. I await your response, Thanks in advance.[/p][/quote]over 24 hours later. many thanks for the prompt response Julian, guess we can work out the answer ourselves, bask in a little glory by blowing your own trumpet regarding getting the bin bags removed for the family by announcing it on here but thats where it stops, no follow up on taking things further, you did the easy part by asking Cory to come and clean up,and i know you have read these replys. Never mind. Robin Reliant
  • Score: 3

10:11pm Thu 5 Jun 14

sesibollox says...

Almeda11 wrote:
Nowthatsworthknowing wrote:
In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...
A pointless excercise and a stupid comment because Wimpy will only continue to keep putting it there.

And l wonder if it was YOU living next door, whether you would take your own advice -- would you, really?
Do as I say not as I do
[quote][p][bold]Almeda11[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nowthatsworthknowing[/bold] wrote: In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...[/p][/quote]A pointless excercise and a stupid comment because Wimpy will only continue to keep putting it there. And l wonder if it was YOU living next door, whether you would take your own advice -- would you, really?[/p][/quote]Do as I say not as I do sesibollox
  • Score: 2

7:44am Fri 6 Jun 14

Almeda11 says...

sesibollox wrote:
Almeda11 wrote:
Nowthatsworthknowing wrote: In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...
A pointless excercise and a stupid comment because Wimpy will only continue to keep putting it there. And l wonder if it was YOU living next door, whether you would take your own advice -- would you, really?
Do as I say not as I do
Exactly, too many like that unfortunately !!
[quote][p][bold]sesibollox[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Almeda11[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nowthatsworthknowing[/bold] wrote: In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...[/p][/quote]A pointless excercise and a stupid comment because Wimpy will only continue to keep putting it there. And l wonder if it was YOU living next door, whether you would take your own advice -- would you, really?[/p][/quote]Do as I say not as I do[/p][/quote]Exactly, too many like that unfortunately !! Almeda11
  • Score: 3

6:41pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Minceir. says...

ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
Royr wrote:
Nowthatsworthknowing wrote:
In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...
Why the blue blazes should Mr Ritter put HIS hand into HIS pocket any more than you or I?
Absolutely. I live somewhere where idiots like chucking their rubbish about and have to pick up after them but if it got that bad and was rat infested I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to to come and sort it once and for all.

Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves? What is that all about, self service?

If we have to provide our own rubbish clearance then we want a reduction in council tax.

Honestly.
"I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to"

"Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves"

Are you claiming you pay income tax and council tax (in full)
It may surprise you to hear that many people do. Perhaps not many who you associate with. Unless you have evidence to show that the person to whom your comment is addressed is guilty of underpaying as you intimate then I suggest that you zip it Zippy.

Evidence please if you have it. I will not be holding my breath.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Royr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nowthatsworthknowing[/bold] wrote: In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...[/p][/quote]Why the blue blazes should Mr Ritter put HIS hand into HIS pocket any more than you or I?[/p][/quote]Absolutely. I live somewhere where idiots like chucking their rubbish about and have to pick up after them but if it got that bad and was rat infested I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to to come and sort it once and for all. Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves? What is that all about, self service? If we have to provide our own rubbish clearance then we want a reduction in council tax. Honestly.[/p][/quote]"I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to" "Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves" Are you claiming you pay income tax and council tax (in full)[/p][/quote]It may surprise you to hear that many people do. Perhaps not many who you associate with. Unless you have evidence to show that the person to whom your comment is addressed is guilty of underpaying as you intimate then I suggest that you zip it Zippy. Evidence please if you have it. I will not be holding my breath. Minceir.
  • Score: 2

1:35pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Alekhine says...

ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
Royr wrote:
Nowthatsworthknowing wrote: In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...
Why the blue blazes should Mr Ritter put HIS hand into HIS pocket any more than you or I?
Absolutely. I live somewhere where idiots like chucking their rubbish about and have to pick up after them but if it got that bad and was rat infested I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to to come and sort it once and for all. Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves? What is that all about, self service? If we have to provide our own rubbish clearance then we want a reduction in council tax. Honestly.
"I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to" "Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves" Are you claiming you pay income tax and council tax (in full)
Are you claiming you have an income?
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Royr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nowthatsworthknowing[/bold] wrote: In the meantime Mr Rutter, do some clearing of the rubbish yourself, and remove some of this unwanted clutter...[/p][/quote]Why the blue blazes should Mr Ritter put HIS hand into HIS pocket any more than you or I?[/p][/quote]Absolutely. I live somewhere where idiots like chucking their rubbish about and have to pick up after them but if it got that bad and was rat infested I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to to come and sort it once and for all. Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves? What is that all about, self service? If we have to provide our own rubbish clearance then we want a reduction in council tax. Honestly.[/p][/quote]"I'd d@mn well expect those I pay my taxes to" "Why on earth should anybody pay council tax then do it themselves" Are you claiming you pay income tax and council tax (in full)[/p][/quote]Are you claiming you have an income? Alekhine
  • Score: 0

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