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Hart issues first fine for fly-tipping

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Hart issues first fine for fly-tipping

Published at 6:00am 2nd June 2019. (Updated at 1:03pm 2nd June 2019)

Hart District Council has successfully issued its first fine for fly-tipping.

A member of the public saw laminate flooring thrown from a car on Dungells Lane in Yateley and took the registration plate.

The FPN was issued on 11 April by the Council after they received the report. 

Following an investigation by the Environmental Health Team, a name and address were found that was linked to the reported car’s registered owner.

Cllr Alan Oliver, Cabinet Member for Environment at Hart District Council, said:

“I’m delighted that we have issued our first successful FPN for fly-tipping. This wouldn’t have been possible without the member of the public reporting it, and I thank them for their assistance in this case. We take a zero tolerance approach to fly-tipping across the district and we will continue to investigate all reports.”

FPNs can result in an instant fine of £400.

Residents looking to dispose of waste are reminded to look for licensed waste carriers.

They can be found by visiting the Environment Agency’s website.


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