Dumped building waste blocks village lane

Flytipping in Little Revel End, Redbourn. Picture by Ricky Thorne.
Flytipping in Little Revel End, Redbourn. Picture by Ricky Thorne.
  • Bricks dumped in village road
  • Herts County Council workers have cleared the illegal waste
  • If caught crooks could face a hefty fine and/or time behind bars
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Bricks, pallets and other building waste have been illegally dumped along a single track village lane.

The flytipped rubbish, which completely blocked the road for motorists, was discovered in Redbourn’s Little Revel End and was reported to officials at Herts County Council.

Flytipping in Little Revel End, Redbourn. Picture by Ricky Thorne. PNL-150416-112354001

Flytipping in Little Revel End, Redbourn. Picture by Ricky Thorne. PNL-150416-112354001

They visited the site to clear the mess yesterday (Thursday).

Ringway divisional manager Kevin Carrol, working on behalf of Herts County Council, said: “We would like to remind people who fly-tip that not only are they causing an unsightly nuisance for other residents and road users, they are also committing a criminal offence which could result in a £50,000 fine and/or imprisonment.”

>Find out what happened to two men caught illegally dumping household rubbish by clicking here