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Blyth Enforcement Team
Blyth Town Council, through Northumberland County Council, appointed Phil Atkinson as our Local Environment Enforcement Officer. As of 1 October 2019 Phil Atkinson was joined by Michelle Linney and therefore the enforcement team now cover Blyth 5 days per week.
They are employed to deal with any issues that affect the environment such as, litter, dog fouling, fly tipping, accumulations of waste and abandoned vehicles. They are able to issue notices to offenders and follow up with prosecution if required. Although regular litter and dog fouling patrols are carried out – we do rely on reports from residents in Blyth so the team can be directed to where there are persistent problems.
As usual, we work closely with Northumberland County Council’s NEAT team on these issues.
Any issues should be reported to the Town Council office who will pass them on to the team immediately. Please email or telephone with details: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01670 361668.
Please click here to view a summary of the issues dealt with.
Notice of PSPO 31 Jan 2020 (Dog Control):
Click here to view the notice.