Flying tip debris clogs Birmingham business premises

Mr Kemp said he reviewed CCTV from the site and saw a lorry dumping the waste on Saturday.

“I’ve called the council, it’s still there and will probably be there by the end of the week,” he said.

He added that he had not received any further information from the council as to when the dumped material would be removed.

Mr Kemp said he had to ask staff to start early or finish late to work at times when there was less traffic on the road as the gridlock made access to the yard difficult.

“Realistically, it takes more time to do what we need to do,” he said, adding that he incurs additional costs for staff time as a result.

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