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It was suggested on another thread that it would be useful to have a list of local authority contact points, regarding complaints about boat waste, so here is one. I may have missed someone off, so feel free to add, but this is not intended to be a discussion, just a resource. (I have been in contact with most of those on the list!)

As far as which authority covers which area is concerned, that is more problematic. For example, one side of the Thurne at Potter Heigham comes under Gt Yarmouth DC, the other side comes under North Norfolk DC.

If you find a problem in a particular location, it shouldn't be too difficult to find out whose area it is. If in doubt, send a copy of your complaint and, hopefully, photos to everyone on the list. They are all involved, in one way or another. I would suggest that the BA contacts are copied in to any complaint to the councils anyway, as the BA is not a member of the Norfolk Waste Partnership, whereas the others are. E-mailing is preferable to phoning - you have proof of your complaint!

Norfolk County Council

Project Director - Residual Waste Services
Joel Hull      
joel.hull@norfolk.gov.uk
Direct dial telephone number: 07747841876

or Norfolk County Council General enquiries: 0344 800 8020

North Norfolk District Council

Environmental Services Manager
Scott Martin
Scott.Martin@north-norfolk.gov.uk
Tele: 01263 516341

Great Yarmouth Borough Council

Senior Environmental Ranger
Paul Shucksmith
ps@great-yarmouth.gov.uk
Tele: 01493 846620

Broadland District Council

complaints@broadland.gov.uk
environ.protection@broadland.gov.uk
Tele: 01603 430615

South Norfolk District Council

Leader and Chair of the Cabinet
John Fuller
jfuller@s-norfolk.gov.uk

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feedback@s-norfolk.gov.uk
Main number: 0808 168 2000
Waste and Recycling: 0808 168 3333

East Suffolk Council (which now includes the old Waveney District Council area)

customerservices@eastsuffolk.gov.uk
Tele: 0333 016 2000

Broads Authority

Broads Control
Broads.control@broads-authority.gov.uk
Tele: 01603 756056 or VHF channel 12

Chief Executive
Dr John Packman
John.Packman@broads-authority.gov.uk

Chair
Hayden Thirtle
hayden.thirtle@broads-authority.gov.uk

Vice-chair
Bill Dickson
shipwreckbt@hotmail.com

Asset Officer
Angie Leeper
angie.leeper@broads-authority.gov.uk
Tele: 01603 756057

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)


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Edited 13/06/19 to ‘re-sticky’ the thread.

Edited 14/06/19 by Paladine to update contact details

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What a brilliant list, I will copy that into my ipad.
However, for instant personal satisfaction, I personally would like to phone them first, then follow up with an email with pictures. I find this works better when dealing with "complaints", as the person at the other end of the phone takes ownership of the problem, follow up with another phone call a few days later too, to find out what has been done... then again if necessary.
If the list could be enhanced with the addition of contact numbers, it would be much better. In my opinion of course.

What I would like to see, at these waste collection sites, is a fixed sign, which says something like " If you find this bin full, please call this number, xxxx  quoting site reference XXX  etc please refrain from placing waste on the floor."


best regards, Richard.

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hello site mods..
I think this post needs making a "sticky" or whatever its called  Question
otherwise it will just slowly vanish out of sight out of mind etc... regards Geoff

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Not if it's given a 'bump' every so often.

Oh, I just did it  Smile

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)

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Whoops, I've done it again  Smile  but I note this thread has been made a 'sticky' - many thanks.

I have been sent more photos of fly-tipping, which I will add to my files - a 'dirty dossier'  tounge-in-cheek but the more the merrier, so a reminder that, if you have any such photos, I would be pleased to receive them, but I ask that they also be sent to the people on the contacts list above.

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)

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Well a good two weeks afloat , all on the northern side , rubbish points were no problem, good to see a notice at Wroxham bin area , about it being for boat rubbish only ,not business or local rubbish , but see at womack water , locals still putting there household waste in there , but overall good, one area I noticed was thurne dyke moorings, picture tells all

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Good and useful list, thanks for that. However the Authority's chairman, at least for a few more weeks, is Heydn Thirtle. I appreciate that the information was correct when first published.

Jolly Rodger

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Maybe we can ask our good friend Paladine to do a general update as of course Waveney is part of the new East Suffolk Council and there are still areas of concern though some of the solutions I suspect do not lead to cost savings which though not the original cause of the problems is certainly the current driving force.

Peter

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Contact details updated.

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)


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