Who pays for the clean up when travellers come to Portsmouth? Yes, it's you and I.

I am quite alarmed because, every year, so-called travellers come to lots of different areas of Portsmouth and generally leaving these places where they set up camp in a really filthy and disgusting state '“ including human waste.

Tuesday, 18th September 2018, 11:59 am
Updated Tuesday, 18th September 2018, 1:03 pm
Travellers' caravans at Ferry Road, Eastney

Who pays for the clean up? Who pays for all of these expensive legal fees of trying to get them moved on?

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I think that you have cottoned on '“ yes, you and I.

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Why can't a law be brought in to place a blanket ban on them? If they wish to break that law, take their caravans and anything else and either put it up for sale or crush it.

M Garbutt '“ Waterlooville