Birmingham homeowner, 63, is 'unable to get in his house' due to 8ft-high pile ...

Birmingham homeowner, 63, is 'unable to get in his house' due to 8ft-high pile ...
Birmingham homeowner, 63, is 'unable to get in his house' due to 8ft-high pile ...
Homeowner, 63, is 'unable to get in his house' after builders dump 8ft-high pile of 'stinking' rubbish outside his front door - from a neighbouring property Paul Stephenson, 63, from Birmingham, says rubbish pile has built over a month Debris is from major refurbishment work taking place in neighbouring property Issue has been reported to the city council and West Midlands Fire Service City council says the matter is under investigation in an attempt to resolve issues

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A fed-up homeowner claims an 8ft high pile of 'stinking' rubbish next to his front door is so dangerous it is preventing him from entering his own home.

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Charity worker Paul Stephenson, 63, says he has had to clear a safe passage to his £160,000 two-bedroom terraced house in Harbone, Birmingham, because of the pile of beds, bricks, plaster and furniture stacking up next door. 

He said the debris has come from major refurbishment work taking place at an empty, neighbouring property and has been piling up for over a month.

Paul Stephenson says he an 8ft high pile of 'stinking' rubbish outside his front door, in Harbone, Birmingham, is so dangerous it is preventing him from entering his home

Paul Stephenson says he an 8ft high pile of 'stinking' rubbish outside his front door, in Harbone, Birmingham, is so dangerous it is preventing him from entering his home

Paul claimed workmen have been flinging items onto the ground floor below while gutting the interior of the house next door to his. 

As well as gathering at the

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