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Got a local grotspot?

by Amanda Taylor on 1 December, 2014

Councillors are being asked to nominate areas for special attention by the City Council’s Enforcement team, which acts on a range of environmental nuisances such as fly tipping, litter, graffiti, verge parking, abandoned vehicles, and dog-related offences. (NB This team does not deal with parking nuisance.) I am aware of many local grotspots for litter, […]

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Bonfires

by Amanda Taylor on 1 June, 2011

From time to time I am asked whether bonfires are allowed in private gardens. While they are a useful way to get rid of garden waste, the smoke can be annoying for neighbours. There is no specific law banning garden bonfires or the times you can light them. The Council can only take action if […]

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