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Reporting litter, fly-tipping & abandoned vehicles

The sooner litter, fly-tipped material and abandoned vehicles are cleared up, the better. Some roads are checked and cleaned on a regular schedule, but most are done when needed, so your help in telling us when there is a problem is appreciated.

The New Forest National Park spans a wide area in which different organisations have responsibility for collecting and disposing of waste, removing litter and following up reports of fly-tipping and abandoned vehicles on public land. Public land includes roads, pavements, council-owned car parks, parks and recreation areas, laybys etc.

New Forest District Council is responsible throughout much of the National Park although, as land owner, the Forestry Commission has responsibility for the Crown Land. In Wiltshire (between Landford and Redlynch) responsibility falls to Wiltshire Council, and around Canada and West Wellow, Test Valley Borough Council is responsible.

Further information is available on the websites of these organisations and some have online reporting forms.

Please be ready to give as much information as you can, such as:

  • your own name and address, contact telephone number or email address
  • the location and description of litter or fly-tipping
  • any information on perpetrators.

Contact details:

New Forest District Council
023 8028 5000
Report litter and fly-tipping using the New Forest in Touch mobile app which can be downloaded for free.
customer.services@nfdc.gov.uk
www.newforest.gov.uk

Wiltshire Council
0300 456 0100
www.wiltshire.gov.uk

Test Valley Borough Council
01264 368000
environmentalservice@testvalley.gov.uk
www.testvalley.gov.uk

Forestry Commission
0300 067 4600
enquiries.new.forest@forestry.gsi.gov.uk
www.forestry.gov.uk/newforest

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