Sunday, 17 December 2017

Dog bins deal stays

HENLEY Town Council will continue to pay for the emptying of dog bins on land owned by either

HENLEY Town Council will continue to pay for the emptying of dog bins on land owned by either itself or Oxfordshire County Council.

The town council has set aside £1,200 in its budget for the work.

This comprises a dog bin emptying contract with South Oxfordshire District Council at a cost of £800 per year, plus the dog waste bags and other sundry expenses.

There are 21 bins in Henley of which the town council pays for 19 to be emptied every week at a charge of £36.40 per bin per year, plus an administration charge of 15 per cent.

There are 11 bins on recreation areas, two on the verge outside Gillotts Field, one by The Henley College car park in Tilebarn Close and five on county council land, such as roadside verges.



The district council funds the emptying of two bins on its land in Luker Avenue.



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