Legal action warning as Carlisle council cracks down on gull problem
Last updated at 12:55, Tuesday, 23 October 2012
Businesses that allow their premises to be used for “significant gull nesting and mating” could face prosecution.
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its the sados who throw there half eaten takeaways down onto the streets.or the lazy school kids who can be seen disposing there litter and half eaten food next to a council black bin,we cant blame the business people who are getting there fingers rapped in this case.
Doesnt seem to be any mention about the sea gulls nesting in and around the roofs of all the solicitors offices in and around Spencer street will the council take them on and hold them responsible
This problem is being blown way out of proportion. It's always been nature that wild birds will look for food, they have to to survive, and its basically the fault of the litter louts and irresponsible busnesses that the birds are feeding in certain areas - simple answer is...be responsible and don't leave food and litter laying around and then birds wont hang out there, problem solved, that won't cost the tax payer anything.