Can litter and rubbish around your home be considered as anti-social behaviour? Advice on dealing with excessive litter, refuse collection bins, dumped rubbish and flytipping.

Excessive litter

If there is a one-off occurence of excessive litter, we would not usually consider this to be anti-social behaviour.

See our neighbours page for some tips to help you resolve issues informally with your neighbour.

If the behaviour keeps happening or the situation worsens then contact us to report an incident.

Bins put out on the wrong day

If there is a one-off occurence of bins being put out on the wrong day, we would not usually consider this to be anti-social behaviour.

See our neighbours page for some tips to help you resolve issues informally with your neighbour.

If the behaviour keeps happening or the situation worsens then contact us to report an incident.

Dumping

If there is a one-off occurence of dumped rubbish we would not usually consider it to be anti-social behaviour.

See our neighbours page for some tips to help you resolve issues informally with your neighbour.

If the behaviour keeps happening or the situation worsens then contact us to report an incident.

Fly-tipping

If there is a one-off occurence of fly-tipping we would not usually consider it to be anti-social behaviour.

See our neighbours page for some tips to help you resolve issues informally with your neighbour.

If the behaviour keeps happening or the situation worsens then contact us to report an incident.