Residents of Rowan Way, Yeovil, Complain About Neglected Stonewater Housing Land

Residents of Rowan Way, Yeovil, Complain About Neglected Stonewater Housing Land

Residents of Rowan Way, Yeovil, Complain About Neglected Stonewater Housing Land

Yeovil, UK – July 7 – Frustrated residents of Rowan Way in Yeovil are raising their voices against Stonewater Housing for neglecting a strip of land behind their properties. The unmanaged land has become a hotspot for fly-tipping, leading to rat infestations and damage to residents' fences.

Residents have been battling this issue, with little to no response from Stonewater Housing. "Our properties back onto land owned by Stonewater, and despite numerous complaints, they have consistently failed to maintain it," said a resident who wishes to remain anonymous. "The land has been used for fly-tipping, which caused rat infestations. They cleared it once, but it's been left to go wild again."

The overgrowth of brambles has become a significant problem for homeowners. "You can see by my fence that I've had to repair it several times as the brambles force through," the resident added. "I've contacted Stonewater on several occasions, but they either don't respond or hang up on us."

The neglected land not only poses a risk of rat infestations but also affects residents' ability to maintain their own properties. "I'm trying to renew my fencing, but my contractor won't do it until the brambles and overgrowth are cleared," said the resident. "The rats are back, too. We need help."

Residents are appealing for immediate action from Stonewater Housing to address the overgrown land and prevent further issues. "It's frustrating to deal with this on a daily basis," said another resident. "We just want a safe and clean environment for our families."

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The local authorities have also been notified, with residents urging them to hold Stonewater Housing accountable for the upkeep of the land. "We hope the council can step in and ensure something is done," said the resident. "This situation is unacceptable, and it's affecting our quality of life."

As the Rowan Way community awaits a resolution, they continue to live in hope that the neglected land will be properly maintained, and the persistent issues will finally be addressed.

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