The legendary musician is calling on councillors to be sacked and brands them “idiots” in his latest pop at the local authority.
His comments come after he had earlier this year announced his intention to quit his Holland Park home because of what he describes as a proliferation of basement developments nearby.
Now it is leaf collectors who have irked the rock star.
Writing a blog titled "Leaf Madness. Another RBKC failure" on November 5 in his brianmay.com website, he said: “Was woken up by a horrible noise of leaf blowers.
"Went out to see an army of SIX men in orange jackets disturbing the peace with the awful noise of the blowers, dust and leaves being blown into my garden, and petrol fumes.
“There used to be ONE man, Billy, who swept up the leaves in our road.
"He did a truly wonderful job. No noise, no fuss, always a smile and a hello, and the road was spotless after he’d been down it. Not a single leaf would you see.
“ Kensington And Chelsea Borough Council sacked him for reasons unknown.
"He appealed for wrongful dismissal but he was one man against a bureaucratic team of bullies and he didn’t stand a chance.
“Today we have six men and a lorry - and they are creating a horrible intrusion into our lives, and, in addition, the job is disgracefully badly done.
"Leaves everywhere, nicely compressed ready for people to slip over on, and break their necks.
“Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea council members.. you are idiots.
"The whole lot of you ought to be sacked and we should start again.
"This in addition to the granting of endless basement building projects to people who are doing it solely for profit, at the expense of the quality of life of Kensington residents. Yes, RBKC: you are a disgrace.”
In response, a spokesman for the council said: “Dr May paints a very bleak picture of life in Holland Park which we are not sure everyone recognises.
“Far from being a recent innovation leaf blowers have been used on the street for many years.
"When we clear leaves, the idea is to clear the bulk of them, before moving onto the next road.
“As a consequence, particularly if has been raining, there will always be leaves stuck to the pavement but after this we go back and finish the road.
“Also, during the autumn period we always use gangs to sweep the roads that have heavy leaf fall, the work of clearing the leaves is never left to one individual.”
Speaking about the impact of basement developments, also known as iceberg developments, the husband of ex- EastEnders actress Anita Dobson wrote: “In recent years the peace we all treasured has been shattered by successive unreasonable building schemes, involving piling rigs, massive removal of earth, and the deployment of huge machinery .
“The result has been unbearable noise, dust, polluting fumes, constant heavy traffic and loss of privacy, making life in our houses and gardens impossible for over seven years, and without any prospect of this misery ending.”
He adds: “We are now planning to sell up, quitting Kensington entirely, and to move out of London.”
Responding to that previous comment, the council said: “Mr May should be reassured that he won’t find a council in central London, or anywhere in the country, with stricter controls on basement developments or a more robust enforcement to ensure developers follow the rules.”
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