ASKED why they had allowed bushes to overgrow access to houses, Luminus explained: The grass growing season is getting longer. The ground staff are employed on mowing. They will prune hedges when that stops. The temperature on November 1 was 15 degrees
ASKED why they had allowed bushes to overgrow access to houses, Luminus explained: "The grass growing season is getting longer. The ground staff are employed on mowing. They will prune hedges when that stops."
The temperature on November 1 was 15 degrees. So, what happens if grass grows all year round?
This is very silly. Anyone who knows anything about how areas deteriorate is aware that this is how the rot starts - and Luminus, as the biggest property owner in the area, has the most to lose.
Luminus should stop penny-pinching and employ the staff necessary to give a decent level of service to which their customers are entitled and for which they have paid.
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