Just what's up with the mattresses?

Mattress dumped in Arnold Bennett Way

Mattress dumped in Arnold Bennett Way
Below: Mattresses behind the Central Library and off Hornsey Park Road

You cannot walk anywhere in the area without falling over mattresses... in front gardens and forecourts, on the streets, in ditches and bushes. A random walk with the camera yielded 4 or 5 mattresses or even complete beds sitting by the wayside.

Anybody know whether there is a new regulation affecting landlords which has them throwing out their old beds and getting new ones?

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