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FLYTIPPING

Community skips allowing Brent residents to get rid of up to five bulky items for free are returning to the borough.

A recycling campaign is underway in Brent making it easier to dispose of unwanted clothes and textiles.

After a two year battle over an £80 littering fine, an official review has found that attempts to gain information from Brent Council were not vexatious.

This is a picture of a huge fly-tip left on private land in Alperton.

Brent is among the top five boroughs in England for number of fly-tips reported, according to the latest government statistics.

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