Local government association calls for new laws on serious fly-tipping

Local authorities need to be allowed to recover the cost of cleaning up after fly-tippers from the perpetrators, says the Local Government Association (LGA) as it was revealed that taxpayers paid £57m last year in clean-up costs, a 13% rise on the previous year.

by Conor McGlone
Fly-tipped waste on a field
Fly-tipped waste on a field

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