KEEPING OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD CLEAN
CLEAN NEIGHBOURHOODS AND ENVIRONMENT ACT
The Fouling of Land by Dogs (Shropshire Council) Dog Control Order 2013
This Order applies to all land in the Parish that is open to the air and to which the public are entitled or permitted to have access, such as footpaths, roads and countryside sites. There are some exceptions and you can read about them here
Dog owners (excluding registered blind persons) are required by law to clean up after their dogs. It is an offence which will incur a fixed penalty fine of £75.00 if you leave excrement from your dog in public areas. More serious offences, on conviction in the Magistrates Court, could result in a fine up to £1,000.
Loppington Parish Council would like to help all dog owners to be responsible owners. There are bins provided around the Parish for you to dispose of your dog waste.
If you feel that more bins are needed please Contact Us and tell us where you would like them to be.
You can report Dog Fouling issues to us or to Shropshire Council Street Cleansing Department. You can access the Shropshire Council online report form here
The following Dog Control Orders came into force on 1st November 2013:-
The Fouling of Land by Dogs (Shropshire Council) Order 2013
The Dogs on Lead by Direction (Shropshire Council) Order 2013
The Dogs Exclusion (Shropshire Council) Order 2013
For details click here
Environmental Protection Act 1990
Fly-tipping is the illegal deposit of waste on land, contrary to Section 33 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990. Shropshire Council is responsible for removing items which have been dumped on public land and highways; and where possible will take action against fly tippers.
The Environment Agency will investigate the more serious incidents of illegally deposited waste.
Items deposited on private land are the responsibility of the landowner.
If you see any waste, household or other types of waste, or discarded items on the highway or any other public place you may
report it here
To read about other types of Environmental Maintenance and Enforcement from dead animals on the road to abandoned vehicles click here & view Street Care and Cleansing