A disgruntled resident has been left outraged by the amount of waste dumped near her house.

The woman who wishes to remain anonymous, contacted the News after spotting mounds of building waste and fencing near a garage block in Bracknell.

Piles of paint pots, bin bags and old wooden fencing has been dumped near Easthampstead, near Cannon Hill and Long Water Road.

This isn't the first time flytipping has happened near the garages.

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The resident said: "So you get a new fence- what do some people do to dump their old one, 'oh dump it in the garage area'...

"This is not the only pile of dumped items, please remember some people do need to drive round to their garages and not have to hit rubbish."

Pictures show the amount of waste left behind.

The Public Protection Partnership - who deal with flytipping incidents in Bracknell Forest, Wokingham Borough and West Berkshire, explain the law behind the act.

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A spokesman from the PPP said: "Fly-tipping is a crime and can attract significant penalties for those involved or allowing their vehicle to be used for this purpose.

"If anyone has information relating to fly tipping in the borough we would ask them to contact us on 01635 503242 or via our online form here - https://publicprotectionpartnership.org.uk/make-an-enquiry/’"