The legal powers local authorities can use to tackle fly-tipping

Local authorities have various enforcement actions available to them in order to respond to fly-tipping in their areas, ranging from the seizure of vehicles and notices to remove the waste to fixed penalties, which now carry higher fines.

by Karen Jones

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