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Calmore flytipper Kenneth Dibden to be sentenced after dumps at Tanners Lane in West Wellow and Romsey sites Abbey Park Industrial Estate and Luzborough Lane



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A FLYTIPPER from Calmore who dumped mattresses, broken furniture and building materials is due to be sentenced in the new year.

Kenneth Dibden (55), of Salisbury Road, flytipped plaster board, tiles, concrete, bricks and bathroom furniture at Tanners Lane in West Wellow and sites in Romsey, including the Abbey Park Industrial Estate and Luzborough Lane.

Kenneth Dibden appeared at Southampton Magistrates' Court
Kenneth Dibden appeared at Southampton Magistrates' Court

Appearing before Southampton magistrates, the defendant reversed his not-guilty plea to admit the offences, committed between February and March this year.

Dibden also admitted that in the course of his business, he transported controlled waste without being registered to do so, further pleading guilty to failing to comply with the Environment Act 1995.

The bench remanded the defendant on unconditional bail and adjourned the case for a pre-sentence report on 12th January.



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