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7 White Hart Lane. Yet more piled-up rubbish

7 White Hart Lane. Yet more piled-up rubbish

2 June 2014. This building is about forty metres (45 yards) from High Road Tottenham. This area is now seen as centre of Haringey Council's "regeneration" plans in Northumberland Park ward in north-east Tottenham.

However badly Haringey's political "leaders" fail local people, you might think they could at least solve something this basic. Preventing endlessly repeated dumping outside a Grade 2 listed Georgian building.

I've been reporting and photographing dumping here for over seven years. I assume that the size of this pile signals that the local elections are over for another four years.

§ Other photos in my 7 White Hart Lane photoset.
§ On 21 April 2014 Bob Lindsay Smith photographed a far bigger pile of rubbish at this spot.

Links about other listed buildings in Tottenham
§ Haringey Council website information on statutory listed buildings in the borough.
§ Matthew Bradby Tottenham Civic Society: ‘Why are Spurs dragging heels over small heritage projects that would lift the area?’

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Photo taken @ London on 2 June 2014 (© Alan Stanton / Flickr)

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 waste management, rubbish, dumping, 7 white hart lane, tottenham, trash, haringey, northumberland park ward, london n17, failing council, failing leadership, georgian building, listed building, grade ii listed

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