Revealed: The worst areas in Coventry for fly-tipping

Three wards in Coventry have been named and shamed as accounting for almost half of the city's fly-tipping offences.
Fly-tipping has increased in the city over the last 12 months from 3,342 incidents in 2016/17 to 4,704 in 2017/18.
St Michael's, Foleshill and Upper Stoke are the worst offending wards, with the areas proving a "challenge" for officers.
Speaking at the Communities and Neighbourhoods Scrutiny Board on September 19, Craig Hickin, head of environmental services, said: "Fly-tipping doesn't affect the whole city proportionally.
"It is suffered in three wards in... read more

 
26 September 2018 in Regional West, Views: 34
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