The CLA has joined forces with Suffolk County Council to explore ways to make it easier to remove fly-tipped waste from private land. The partnership aims to solve waste issues at a local level building on the work Suffolk County Council has already undertaken on tackling trade waste.
The CLA, which represents landowners, farmers and rural businesses, has backed the call from an influential group of MPs for councils to increase efforts to deter and penalise fly-tippers.
CLA is pleased to support the Clean for the Queen campaign, launched in today's Country Life magazine.
The CLA has warned there could be a surge in the number of people illegally dumping rubbish around the Midlands.
Landowners have backed plans to seize the vehicles of people caught fly-tipping in the countryside.
The CLA has welcomed a change in the law making it easier for authorities to seize fly-tippers’ vehicles, and in some circumstances allowing them to destroy vehicles which have been seized.
The CLA (which represents landowners, farmers and rural businesses) has welcomed new rules that have come into effect to help crack down on waste crime.