St Albans and Harpenden roads hit by fly-tipping menace

PUBLISHED: 09:57 14 February 2017 | UPDATED: 10:29 14 February 2017

Fly tipping on Gibraltar Lane, with police officers in attendance. Credit: Harpenden Police

Fly tipping on Gibraltar Lane, with police officers in attendance. Credit: Harpenden Police

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Roads around St Albans and Harpenden have been closed after selfish fly-tippers dumped piles of debris across them.

Both Gibraltar Lane and Punch Bowl Lane have recently been closed after fly-tippers blocked the road with piles of waste.

Harpenden Police reported on Sunday, February 12 that Gibraltar Lane was shut whilst the highways agency removed a heap of household waste, mainly cardboard boxes.

Punch Bowl Lane was shut at 6.10pm on Monday, February 13 after bricks and other rubbish were left strewn across the road.


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