Councillor’s plea over ‘rise in fly-tipping incidents’

Coun Owen Bierley EMN-151217-110625001
Coun Owen Bierley EMN-151217-110625001

A councillor is urging residents to report any suspicious activity that could be someone fly-tipping after a rise in incidents - including 83 used car tyres being dumped near Caistor, he told a meeting.

Speaking at Caistor Town Council’s monthly meeting in the town hall on December 10, West Lindsey District Council member for the Caistor and Yarborough ward, Owen Bierley, said: “There’s been an increase in fly-tipping, mainly in more remote 

“If you see any suspicious activity, please let us 

“We’ve recently had 83 used car tyres not far from 

The council advises anyone who discovers fly-tipped waste to visually inspect it, take note of its exact location and to make sure they do not disturb the site - as there may be evidence that could lead to a prosecution.

To report fly-tipping, call West Lindsey District Council on 01427 676676.

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