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They were told that cars parked on the waste land at Burnley Road but that it had been used as a dumping ground for flytippers.
She added: "Many riders mistakenly believe they are doing nothing wrong, even if they haven't actively sought permission from a land owner, or that they are on waste land and no permission is required.
The scheme, submitted by architects DJ Curtis and Associates, would develop underused parts of the Four Crosses site in Green Lane, Shelfield, including the garden and untended waste land.
The Waste Land became Apple's official iPad App of the Week.
They are often used to enhance areas of waste land, roadside verges, railway tracks and even roundabouts.
Perfect examples of this are the excellent Transport Museum and the scruffy adjacent shops and the Ikea building that looks on to the waste land that was Victoria buildings.
An intelligence official in Landi Kotal, the main border town of Khyber, told AFP that two shells landed in the village damaging two houses, while three slammed into nearby waste land.
One minute he's reading the News for ITN, the next he's poised on some waste land in a small Scottish village, on the Palestinian-Israeli border or, as was the case last week, in Haiti.