Tonnes of furniture, scraps of wood and other materials can be seen among the rubbish thrown out in hedges in Osterley.
The mountain of fly-tipping which includes a mattress, chairs and carpet along Braybourne Drive, is as a result of a ditch behind a broken fence being used as a regular dumping ground.
These shocking images taken on Saturday (February 18) by a concerned resident who does not wish to be named, also urged Hounslow council to install security cameras to catch the culprits which the council confirmed it will be doing.
Braybourne Drive is a private estate road where to the north side is the former Conquest Club site on which a permanent home for Nishkam School is being built.
However there is an issue over ownership as the immediate part adjacent to the fence is owned by Wates, the builders of Wyke Estate, and the site for the new school is now owned by the Educational Funding Agency.
The resident told getwestlondon : "The council is fully aware of the situation and local ward councillors have been working extremely hard and diligently to resolve the issue.
"However, since it is a private road, it is not the council’s responsibility either.
"The dumping of rubbish has been an ongoing issue for a very long time because the road is both dark and secluded and not immediately opposite residences.
"The ditch containing all the dumped material belongs partly to Wates who built the Wyke Estate and partly to the Educational Funding Agency who now own the site (for the new Nishkam School).
"However no one is actually doing anything about the situation."
Councillor Sue Sampson, cabinet member for community protection at Hounslow Council, said: “Hounslow Council’s Neighbourhood Enforcement Team has been working hard with the various land owners to resolve this ongoing issue in Braybourne Drive, Osterley.
“The council can recommend to private land owners to keep their land clear of waste but we do not have the power to stipulate how they keep their land clear of waste.
“The landowners will clear the land and will be looking into a potential new fence that will prevent any further direct fly-tipping."
Cllr Sampson added: “The council is also planning to install CCTV in order to catch culprits of any further fly-tipping in that area."
A spokeswoman for Wates said: "We are currently in on-going talks with the council and all other parties involved, including the owners of the land in question.
"We have previously cleared this area, which is adjacent to land we have responsibility for, as have the school, and we are currently working together to find a solution to this re-occurring problem."
The council urges people to report any evidence of fly-tipping in the borough to email@example.com
Report fly tipping for removal to Hounslow Highways at www hounslowhighways.org or call 020 8583 5555.
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