Environmental crime strategy consultation
This consultation is now closed
- Lichfield District wide
We know that having a clean and tidy district is really important to our residents and visitors, and we work hard to keep the district free of litter, fly-tipping and dog fouling.
In reality, the people who commit environmental crimes are in the minority, and individuals can be responsible for a great deal of the problems we see.
To illustrate how we will tackle environmental crime and how we will aim to deter offenders, we have put together a draft environmental crime strategy 2018-2021.
This strategy is about:
- educating the public on how everyone can help us to tackle environmental crimes
- how we will use our powers to enforce the law, taking a zero tolerance approach to the perpetrators
The overall aim is to reduce the amount of environmental crime across the district, which in turn will reduce the clean-up costs to the council and local tax payers.
The deadline to comment is by 5pm on Thursday 1 November 2018.