Residents from the Tunstall North Residents Association have tonight called for the now decapitated building that used to house Harry Hancocks Cash and Carry to be demolished after years of Anti-Social Behavior at the Tunstall eyesore.
The latest call comes after a week of hell for locals involving tiles from the roof of the Hancocks building being used as missiles, targeting moving cars as reported on Saturday night and during the week attacks on locals cars, with many parked cars having windows broken.
Regular fly tipping occurs at the building and the owner, a Mr Man, failing according to some residents to uphold his bi-weekly check and tidy up of the premises.
Calls to Stoke-on-Trent City Council have lead to a dead end, with them admitting they have gone as far as they go.
Councilor Martin Garner, of Goldenhill & Sandyford Ward where the ruined warehouse stands said if the the owner is hoping for a compulsory purchase from the council, it's just not going to happen in this economic downturn.
Tunstall North Residents Association has called for members of the Summerbank Road, and off shoot roads to join forces with the residents of the Bankeyfields estate to campaign to get this building removed from the area.
Support from Staffordshire Police has also been assured by Chief Inspector Adrian Roberts, residents are confident something can be done before someone is seriously hurt.