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100% Litter Bins
Browser does not support script. Bedford Borough Council assesses the need for bins according to the use of the area and if necessary will install them on an adopted public highway or on open land under our direct control.
Bedford Borough Council

 
75% Fixed Penalty Notices for Environmental and Community Safety Offences
Browser does not support script. 75. Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) Contrary to Section 59 Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 - Dog Control Order. Why should I pay, if there are no signs about littering in the area where I dropped it?.
Bedford Borough Council

 
69% Dog Waste Bins
Browser does not support script. Irresponsible dog owners that allow their dogs to foul on our streets and playing fields not only show contempt for the environment, but also for the people that share the use of that land. When the puppy is 3-4 weeks old, it begins to produce large numbers of eggs that contaminate the environment through the animal's stools.
Bedford Borough Council

 
62% Graffiti Removal
Browser does not support script. While some people think graffiti is an art form, for most the reality is that it makes an area look untidy, is often offensive and adds to people's perceptions that an area is unsafe. This can be used as evidence in the event that a person is arrested and charged.
Bedford Borough Council

 
62% Littering
Browser does not support script. Litter Enforcement Littering is an offence under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and as amended by the Clean Neighbourhood and Environment Act 2005. Plastic bags given away by supermarkets last between 10 and 20 years.
Bedford Borough Council

 
60% Street Naming and Numbering
Browser does not support script. Proposals to name or rename a new or existing building or access-way should be submitted to the Council for approval at least ten weeks before the premises are due to be occupied. Care should also be taken to avoid phonetically similar names in the same area (such as "Churchill Road" and "Birch Hill Road").
Bedford Borough Council

 
60% Street Lighting
Browser does not support script. Listen to this page We use cookies, please read our privacy policy for further information Welcome to Bedford Borough Council Advanced Search Site Map Contact Us Help Our Services A - Z : A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Main Menu Home Page Transport and Streets Street Care & Cleaning Enviro-Crime Fixed Penalty Notices Littering Fly-tipping...
Bedford Borough Council

 
60% Flytipping Information
Browser does not support script. general household waste large domestic items (e.g. you allow someone to fly-tip on your land a vehicle registered to you is used to fly-tip . Hire a skip (see local telephone directory or search the internet).
Bedford Borough Council

 
56% Recycle on the go
Browser does not support script. It is hoped that dual recycling and litter bins will encourage people to think twice about what to do with their rubbish when out and about, helping us to increase the amount of waste that is recycled and reduce landfill costs whilst also improving street scenes throughout the Borough.
Bedford Borough Council

 
52% Household Bins on Streets
Browser does not support script. Is it okay to leave bins out on the pavement or road after collection? This is especially a concern along narrow pavements with limited room to walk, where those using the pavement maybe forced to move into the road.
Bedford Borough Council

 

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