How do I report fly-tipping to Lambeth?

Fly-tipping can be reported via our website, by calling or the Fix My Street app. There is a range of support for residents and businesses to help them manage rubbish responsibly.

What is the meaning of fly-tipping?

Fly-tipping is defined as the ‘illegal deposit of any waste onto land that does not have a licence to accept it’. Tipping a mattress, electrical items or a bin bag full of rubbish in the street causes a local nuisance and makes an area look ugly and run down.

How do I report fly-tipping in Bromley?

You can report flytipped waste on a street or in a park to Bromley Council. If the waste is on private land, it is the landowner’s responsibility to clear, not the council’s.…

Who is responsible for clearing fly-tipping on private land?

Land managers, occupiers or owners of private property are responsible for clearing and disposing of any fly-tipping found on private land. Local councils will not normally clear rubbish dumped on private land free of charge but they may investigate such incidents and where appropriate take enforcement action.

Is there an app to report fly-tipping? – The Free app for licensed waste removal & Fly‑tip reporting.

What happens when you report fly-tipping?

Fly-tipping is an offence Dumping waste without permission is a serious criminal offence which can carry a fine up to £50,000 and a prison sentence. If you arrange for waste to be removed, you should check the contractor’s duty of care notice which allows them to legally dispose of rubbish.

How much can you get fined for fly-tipping?

Fly-tipping is against the law If you’re caught, you could be fined £400. If you don’t pay your fine or persistently fly-tip, you can be prosecuted and fined up to £50,000 in court.

Does Bromley Council provide wheelie bins?

We provide a collection service for your household waste. If you are using your own wheelie bin or similar to contain your waste, the waste needs to be bagged in standard size refuse sacks to enable safe collection. Please ensure that your waste is easily accessible.

How do I contact Bromley Council?

Our Civic Centre Main Reception is open by appointment only. If you have an issue that can only be resolved in person, please call to book an appointment through the Contact Centre Helpline: 0208 464 3333.

How do I report fly-tipping on private land?

To report fly-tipping on private land, please email: [email protected] or call 020 8753 1221.

Is putting rubbish in Neighbours bin illegal?

One user asked if putting your rubbish in someone else’s bin was illegal. The answer is that it’s a form of antisocial behaviour and it’s technically illegal as it’s classed as fly-tipping.

How do I report an unlicensed waste carrier?

If you think you have seen illegal waste activity, help stop it by reporting it anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online.

How can I report fly tipping in my area?

If you’re reporting fly-tipping or dumped rubbish on a housing estate, please use this form. If the rubbish you have reported is on public land we’ll remove it. If the rubbish is on private land we’ll ask the managing agents or owners to remove it.

How often do we pick up litter in Lambeth?

We pick up litter on every street in Lambeth every week. Some busy streets have litter cleared every day. You can check the next litter clearing day for your street on our waste services page. All you need to do is enter your address. You’ll also be able to see your bin collection days. Make sure your rubbish is inside your wheelie bin.

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