Fly-tipping is the illegal dumping of rubbish, whether it's a single bag or a vehicle load of rubbish. It is a criminal offence and punishable by an unlimited fine or imprisonment.
If it's your waste, it's your responsibility. Follow the SCRAP code to check you're using an authorised waste carrier.
Avoid paying for waste disposal in cash and always ask where your waste is going before allowing it to be taken away.
If you are in the former Chiltern district area please report missed bins, dog mess or other street cleansing issues using the Chiltern area street cleansing form.
Fly-tipping on public roads and footpaths
If you see any dumped waste tell us as soon as possible. All information is useful so record as much as you can, including:
- type of waste
- write down their vehicle number plate if viewed
Use our fly-tipping reporting website to:
- plot on a map where you found issue
- submit photographs
- add comments
- sign-up for alerts to check what has happened since you reported the fly-tip
Fly-tipping on private land
Rubbish on private land is the landowner’s responsibility. If you see fly-tipping on private land, you must report this to the landowner. Contact HM Land Registry to find out who owns the land.
If you are a private landowner and become a victim of fly-tipping then it is your responsibility to safely dispose of the waste and pay any costs for doing so.
You can check that any contractor employed to remove the waste is a registered waste carrier by visiting the Environment Agency website.
Notice of seizure of property
This is to inform the public that we have seized a vehicle with the registration number BD56 NLL.
Find out more about the vehicle and how to claim it: Seized Vehicle Notice BD56 NLL [PDF,189KB]