Businesses responsible for leaving eyesore blue bins against the historic town walls in Tenby need to manage their trade waste disposal better councillors stated this week.
Members of Tenby town council have questioned recently why the ‘eyesore’ blue bins are back blocking the iconic town walls along the South Parade, after being removed last summer following action by Pembrokeshire County Council.
Speaking at Tuesday night’s meeting of the town council, Clr. Laurence Blackhall told his colleagues that a number of people had enquired with him as to what progress had been made in getting the bins removed again.
“Let’s make it incredibly clear, no blue bins or any trade waste bins, other than those public bins put out by PCC, should be along the South Parade, St Florence Parade or anywhere near adjoining the town walls and Five Arches,” he said.