Tag Archives : environmental enforcement


Big fine for Efford litterer

A woman has been ordered to pay over £1,500 for dumping bags of household waste on a grass verge. Chloe Coombes, of Lorrimore Avenue in Keyham, was found guilty in her absence of littering under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 at Plymouth Magistrates Court on Tuesday. The court heard how in April 2019, a Council […]


Big fines for eight litter offenders

Eight litter louts have been ordered to pay a massive £876 each for dropping rubbish in Plymouth. The group had their cases decided by Plymouth Magistrates Court on Tuesday and were all found guilty in their absence. The offenders were given fixed penalty notices by the Council’s environmental enforcement officers, who witnessed them dropping litter […]


Penalty increase for litter louts

Littering in Plymouth is about to get more expensive. From Tuesday 1 October, the fixed penalty notice given to people caught dropping litter will rise from £80 to £100. The move brings the Council in line with new government legislation that sets the amount that local authorities can charge for littering offences. Councillor Sally Haydon, […]


More hefty fines for dropping litter

Fourteen more people were fined for littering offences at Plymouth Magistrates Court this week.. The offenders were all given fixed penalty notices by the environmental enforcement officers, working for Kingdom Services Group on behalf of the Council, who witnessed them dropping litter on the city’s streets. However, despite several reminders, the fixed penalty notices remained […]


Environmental enforcement officers hit the streets

Plymouth City Council’s new environmental enforcement officers have hit the streets of the city. Having teamed up with Kingdom Services Group last month, officers will today be on patrol for the very first time. Tasked with preventing littering, dog fouling, fly-posting and fly-tipping, the officers will be able to issue fixed penalty notices to offenders. […]

How the new environmental enforcement officers will be dressed