Yes, we do get more than our fair share here, and inevitably a good chunk comes from the garage end. There's always a steady stream of wet wipes blowing down the road, and customers from there, and from the junk food shops regularly eat takeaway food in their cars while waiting, tossing the boxes of chicken bones out the window afterwards. I've met with a frosty response on the occasions I've questioned it... just as I did on Friday when, not for the first time, I arrived home to find a gentleman emptying his bladder all over the end of the street! "What's your ******** problem?" he growled, as his steaming stream puddled beneath him.
To be honest, I've drawn a blank on all fronts here - no one seems to listen and the bad behaviour continues. And on a separate tack, much like the thread on Payless, I'm mystified by the amount of weed smoked openly between our road and Sainsbury, with no fear of recrimination. There's no consequence for any of this, seemingly. Perhaps one day the garage may sell up, but in the meantime it's clear they can act however they please. The pic I posted on this thread of them using our street sign to wedge their empty Lucozade bottles in says it all.
To clutch at positives, we always pick up litter from the pavement outside our house and dispose of it, as do the neighbours. Larkbere's a good street, with thoroughly lovely people - all that can currently be done is to accept the rubbish, literally and figuratively, take the Womble option and do what you can. And hope things might get better!
Happy New Year!