City man fined for fly-tipping
APeterboroughmanhasbeen fined after fly-tipping waste.
Andrew Ayling (21) of The Maples was interviewed in February 2016 by Huntingdonshire District Council’s enforcement officer who had investigatedanumberofblack bags and cardboard that had beenfly-tipped in HolmeFen.
Ayling attended the interview under caution where he admitted the offence. On Wednesday, August 10, Ayling was found guilty at PeterboroughMagistrates’Courtofthe offence of fly-tipping and received a fine of £150.
Hehasalsobeenorderedto pay a victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £300.
Councillor Robin Carter, executive councillor for environment, street scene and operations, said: “The council will continue to take a firm stance to the continued blight on our environment that the illegal disposal of waste creates.”