1. Report fly-tipping

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On average more than one fly-tipper is caught and convicted every week in Buckinghamshire.

We work hard to prosecute any cases of fly-tipping, but we need evidence to be successful.

If you see someone dumping waste please write down and report their vehicle registration number to us.

If possible we will prosecute cases of fly-tipping, because this robust stance helps deter future dumping.

Find out about the campaign to S.C.R.A.P. fly-tipping in Bucks.

What to do if you see any fly-tipping

Private land

If you see fly tipping on private land, you must report this to the land owner. Please contact the Land Registry to find out who owns the land.

Public Roads and Footpaths

If you see any dumped waste please tell us as soon as possible.

We try to investigate every report and work closely with Transport for Buckinghamshire who have a responsibility to ensure it is removed.

All information is useful so please record as much as you can, including:

  • location
  • type of waste

Report fly-tipping  


 For further information read our Buckinghamshire fly-tipping enforcement policy.


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Last updated: 4 March 2020

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