FLYTIPPING has continued to blight Bracknell Forest's beauty spots leaving residents feeling frustrated.

A huge pile of rubbish has been dumped in Nine Mile Ride, Crowthorne this morning (July 1).

Gas bottles, building materials and bits of broken metal and wood can be seen on the grass verge next to St Sebastian roundabout.

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Flytipping proves to be one of the resident's biggest bugbears as it ruins the look of parks and residential streets.

It also comes after data published last month showed that two flytipping offences are happening 'every day' in Bracknell Forest.

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs data shows 604 fly-tipping incidents were reported to Bracknell Forest Council in 2019-20.

Out of these incidents, fixed penalty notices were issued zero times showing how more could be done to tackle the issue.

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The figures refer to 2019/20 and showed and placed the borough behind the average for the whole of England for enforcement.

Ray Pope, a resident who has previously aired his concerns around the illegal dumping of rubbish, said: "Here we go again same thing, same place. Nine mile ride / St Sebastian round about in footpath."

Flytipping is the illegal dumping of any waste or rubbish on public land or sites which are unauthorised to accept waste.

The Public Protection Partnership (PPP) who deal with fly-tipping issues in West Berkshire, Wokingham Borough and Bracknell Forest, has been contacted for further comment.