Media Releases

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fly tipping CCTV Shell Corner

Council warns litter louts to think twice

Bosses at Dudley Council have issued a stark reminder to anyone considering fly tipping, after the local authority confirmed it issued two £1,000 fines in one week.

Survey online

Council running consultation on Homer Hill parking

Dudley Council is inviting people to take part in an online survey about car parking provision for Homer Hill Park.

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Council joins Clean Air Day

Dudley Council is promoting Clean Air Day in June by encouraging people to walk or cycle to work and school, or to work from home when possible.

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Road safety sessions encourage green travel

Year six pupils in primary schools across the borough are taking part in road safety training sessions as they prepare for walking and cycling to secondary school.

One of the dumped trailers in Lye

Trailers of rubbish dumped in Lye

Trailers packed full of rubbish have been dumped in Lye as part of an organised crime racket which has cost more than £150,000 to clean up over the last five years.

Cllr Damian Corfield holding one of the new garden waste permits

More than 25,000 sign up for new garden waste service

More than 25,000 households have signed up for all year round garden waste collections in the first fortnight, figures reveal today.

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Dog fouling order extended for three years

An order which cracks down on dog fouling and bans canines from fenced off children’s play areas has been extended.

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High Court grants full injunction to ban street racing in region

The High Court has granted a full and final injunction banning 'street racing', also known as 'car cruising', in the Black Country.

Mary Stevens Park

Funding secured to improve park outdoor gyms

Nearly £52,000 in funding has been secured to spruce up outdoor gyms at nine parks in the borough.

Councillor Damian Corfield, cabinet member for highways and environment

Drivers face fines for parking in street disabled spots

Drivers have been warned they could be fined for parking in ‘advisory’ disabled spaces on residential borough streets as part of rule changes.