Conservative plans to stop fly-tipping

Recently residents across the borough have been affected by incidents of fly-tipping.   Greenwich Conservatives have pledged to scrap “bulky household waste” charges if elected next spring. Currently householders pay £12 to have unwanted furniture and domestic appliances removed. The service used to be free but since Labour introduced the charge many residents have either just dumped these items in their front gardens or have resorted to illegal fly-tipping.