Monday, 29 December 2014

New law to tackle fly-tippers


A new law to come into force next spring will give councils the power to seize vehicles used by those suspected of fly-tipping without a warrant and keep them for up to 30 days while an investigation is carried out. Those found guilty could be imprisoned for up to five years in addition to losing their vehicle and fined up to £50,000.
The Mail on Sunday,

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