Council bosses in Fenland launch survey to see if public agree with littering fines

PUBLISHED: 13:03 30 August 2019 | UPDATED: 14:07 30 August 2019

Council bosses in Fenland launch survey to see if public agree with littering fines. Picture: FDC

Council bosses in Fenland launch survey to see if public agree with littering fines. Picture: FDC

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A survey has been launched by council bosses in Fenland to see if people agree with a £75 fine for littering.

Fenland District Council (FDC) want the public to say whether they agree with people being fined for littering and if the fixed penalty notice of £75 should be higher or match neighbouring councils.

There are six questions on the online form, which also include a segment to rank the cleanliness of your town from one to 10.

The survey comes as part of FDC's Tidy Fenland community-driven campaign that calls upon residents to help crackdown on environmental crimes.

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Visit surveymonkey.co.uk/r/KMM75GJ to have your say.


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