Investigation launched into three 'connected' fly-tipping cases in Heysham

Lancaster City Council said it has found evidence connecting the three cases on land adjacent to Borrans Lane Caravan Park.

Wednesday, 3rd February 2021, 10:29 am

The incidents are being investigated by the council's enforcement team under its Operation Peregrine fly-tipping campaign.

A Lancaster City Council spokesperson said: "Evidence has been found at the scene connecting all three cases which we hope will lead to those responsible being caught and action taken against them.

"Anyone with any information as to who might be responsible for this criminal behaviour should contact us by calling 01524 582491, emailing [email protected] or by reporting what they know online at

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Lancaster City Council says it has found evidence that the three cases are connected.

"All information given will be held in the strictest confidence."

Dumped waste in Borrans Lane.
The council is appealing for anyone with information to come forward.