Fly-tipping all too common

I sympathise with last week’s fly-tipping letter by Susanna Humpphreys and I would like to “thank” the person who wilfully dumped a ton of broken bricks and patio slabs at the end of Cote Street last week.

The fact that Cote Street is in the new South Downs National Park and not the council tip, seemingly means nothing to this “member of the community”.

This is not the first time something like this has happened – unfortunately, it’s an all too common occurrence. As Cote Street is a no-through road, the only traffic is local homeowners and dog walkers.

Commercial vans driving up the road are viewed with ever increasing suspicion. Anyone seen fly-tipping will have their number plate recorded and the incident reported to the police.

Kirk Dickenson

Cote Street