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Bromley businessman fined more than £1,000 for fly tipping

PUBLISHED: 18:00 26 June 2014

The businessman pleaded guilty at Bromley Magistrates Court. Picture: PA/Anthony Devlin

The businessman pleaded guilty at Bromley Magistrates Court. Picture: PA/Anthony Devlin

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A businessman was ordered to pay £1,312 after pleading guilty to fly tipping waste roofing materials on an unadopted highway.

Nicholas Rogers, 41, of Bradford Close, Bromley, pleaded guilty to one count of fly tipping at Bromley Magistrates Court on June 18.

He was fined £100 plus £20 victim surcharge and told to pay full costs of £1,192 to the London Borough of Bromley.

Cllr Colin Smith said: “Dumping waste is never acceptable and such criminal behaviour will not be tolerated in our borough. Fly-tipping is dangerous, harmful and expensive to deal with. Where is there evidence available, we will not hesitate to prosecute and this latest prosecution should serve as a warning to others that they too will face prosecution.”


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