Worthing council appeals for information after more than 18 fly-tipping incidents in Durrington

The council is appealing for information to help them identify a prolific fly-tipper in the Durrington area.

The fly-tipping in Worthing. Photo: Adur and Worthing Councils/Twitter
The fly-tipping in Worthing. Photo: Adur and Worthing Councils/Twitter

A spokesman said in a post on Twitter that there had been more than 18 incidents of fly-tipping in Durrington, near Romany Road to Columbia House.

"Have you seen any vehicles, or people, dumping these bags of building debris?" the spokesman asked.

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"Please email us confidentially on: [email protected]"

It comes after Lib Dem councillors reported an increase in fly-tipping in the Worthing area and blamed the ID checks at introduced at the tip.

However the county council denied this and said there was 'no obvious reason’ why it would have led to more fly-tipping.

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