Fly-tipping is rubbish or items that are illegally left on land without the owner's permission. It can include large items like white goods, furniture, garden waste, commercial builder waste, litter and any refuse that householders can’t fit in the brown and green bins.
Leaving any waste on Plymouth Community Homes (PCH) land without permission is considered fly-tipping, and further action may be taken against the fly-tipper, including reporting it to the Plymouth City Council Enforcement Team.
We’ve added a new tool to our website so that you can now report fly-tipping on PCH land to our environmental services team.
The new feature includes an interactive map so you can tell us the exact location of the incident. You can also upload pictures of the fly-tip to help us identify where and what it is.
Report fly-tipping on PCH land here.
It’s also really important that you report anyone you see fly-tipping. As well as breaking the law, committing an offence and potentially breaching their tenancy, they’re also making the area where you live look unsightly and spoiling the quality of life for local residents.
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