A concerned resident of Brook Street flats has contacted the Luton News about dangerous drug paraphernalia littering the car park.
Mr Bobby Mohammed told us he had rung the council on numerous occasions over the past 18 months but was passed from pillar to post.
He said: “There are all these needles and vials and stuff for heating up heroin just lying on the ground.
“I dread to think what would happen if a child picked one up. They could get hepatitis or AIDS or something worse. It’s scary.
“I usually go down and clean it up myself because the council never responds to my calls.”
He added: “There are four low rise blocks in Brook Street and we campaigned for a lockable barrier to the car park to prevent people coming in and selling drugs.
“But now it’s pemanently open.”
A council spokeswoman said: “As far as we are aware, our housing department has no history of contact with Mr Mohammed regarding drugs paraphernalia.
“We carry out regular inspections of the car park at least once a fortnight.
“We are currently discussing the reinstatement of the lockable barrier with our contractor.”