Gary Blundell, councillor for Costessey said It’s unacceptable (Image: Newsquest)
The issue has proved a hot topic in politics in recent months, with the BBC reporting last month that a government source had disclosed that 51,000 asylum seekers are being housed in 395 hotels in the UK, at a cost of £6m a day.
A Norfolk County Council spokesman added that the “tricky location” on the busy roundabout required traffic management to ensure workers were safe.
They added: “Traffic management was in place from 6pm, so we were able to respond promptly.
“Norwich City Council provided the specialist cleaning contractors and after checking the site at 8.30pm, the graffiti was removed.”