Almost 6,000 North Wales fly-tipping cases go unprosecuted...in just one year
There were nearly 6,000 fly-tipping incidents across North Wales in 2014/15, but less than 1% of cases were successfully prosecuted, according to new figures.
The majority of the 31 prosecutions across North Wales were by Wrexham Council, which successfully prosecuted 27 people.
The authority recorded only 235 flytipping incidents during the same period – the lowest by far in Wales.
Cllr David A Bithell, Wrexham’s lead member for place, environment and transport, said: “We do have a smaller percentage than others, but we have experienced some continued problems in recent months.
“We have... read more
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