Harrow Council’s enforcement officers from Kingdom have been working tirelessly to keep the borough clean and safe by issuing fines to those who break the law.
In February 2023 alone, 648 fines were issued for offences such as littering, fly-tipping, breaching protection orders, and duty of care, Harrow Council revealed.
The council took to social media to applaud the efforts of the enforcement officers responsible for taking action against those who drop litter, fly-tip, and breach public spaces protection orders. “Great work by our enforcement officers from Kingdom who are taking action against those dropping litter, fly-tipping, and breaching our Public Spaces Protection Order,” tweeted the Council.
Littering and fly-tipping are illegal and have a detrimental impact on the environment and the community. The council’s enforcement officers have been tasked with enforcing the law and ensuring that Harrow remains a clean and safe place for all residents and visitors.
The fines issued in February demonstrate the council’s commitment to cracking down on littering and fly-tipping in the borough.
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