The government must not punish motorists who drive diesel vehicles, a prominent rural MP has warned.
Government plans to tackle the scourge of fly-tipping are a missed opportunity, rural leaders have warned.
Fly-tippers could be forced to help councils clear-up illegally dumped waste in a new drive to clean up the countryside.
CAMPAIGNERS have called for a more strategic approach to rural land use and the countryside.
Fly-tipping incidents are on the rise – with more rubbish being illegally dumped in rural areas.
An additional £2m is to be invested to improve the surface of rural roads in Devon.
Rural leaders are urging local councils to continue a pre-Christmas crackdown against fly-tipping.
Councils are using new powers to crush vehicles belonging to fly-tippers who illegally dump rubbish in the countryside.
RURAL tourism is thriving in north-east England, reveals a new report commissioned by Northumberland National Park Authority.
THE rising cost of clearing up fly-tipped rubbish is putting pressure on local authorities struggling with funding problems.
MORE attractive towns and cities would ease development pressure on the countryside, say rural campaigners.
A zero approach to fly-tipping has been announced by rural organisations and public bodies in Hampshire.