Fly-tipping - can you help?
If you have information about specific fly-tipping or want to report a case please complete our fly-tipping report form or call us on 01883 722000. We pay rewards of up to £500 for information leading to convictions of those who fly tip.
Current and recent fly-tipping investigations
|Photo of flytip||Date and location||Details|
|22 September at Washpond Lane in Chelsham||Blocked by household waste. Do you know who dumped this? Fill in the flytipping report form or call 01883 722000.|
|19 September at Wasp Green Lane in Outwood||Blocked by building waste. Some good intelligence was retrieved allowing us to learn more about the offender but possibly insufficient to bring a successful prosecution. Do you have any information that could help? Fill in the flytipping report form or call 01883 722000.|
|12 September at Sandy Lane in Titsey.||These materials and packaging are almost certainly waste from the construction of a cannabis factory. Information could lead to more than just a waste prosecution! Do you know who dumped this? Fill in the flytipping report form or call 01883 722000.|
|12 September at Chalkpit Lane in Oxted||The items have all come from a bar or club. Mirrors, sofas, bar stools and televisions. Do you have any information that could help? Fill in the flytipping report form or call 01883 722000.|
|12 April 2016 at Tillingdown Lane in Caterham||The road was blocked and waste tipped onto a private driveway. This waste was removed from a property in Purley earlier in the day.
On 18 October at Redhill Magistrates’ Court, George Smith of Crowley Crescent, Waddon, CR0 4EB, was found guilty of fly-tipping this material. He was served a 12 month community order with 170 hours of unpaid work, The Council was awarded costs of £450 and he has to pay £85 to the victim support fund.
|8 March 2016 at Cross Lane in Smallfield||
Road partially blocked by builders waste.
On 20 September at Redhill Magistrates’ Court, Jordan Gibson of Green Lane, Shipley Bridge, Horley RH6 9TJ, pleaded guilty for flytipping. He was fined £400 for failing to prevent escape of waste, £150 not being a registered carrier, and £100 for failure to provide a written description of the waste. The Council was awarded costs of £384 and he has to pay £40 to the victim support fund.