Leeds council data has revealed the worst 12 areas in Leeds for reports of fly-tipping.
More than 70 calls about fly-tipping were made to Leeds council every day over the past two years, according statistics released by the council, via the Datamill North website. More than 52,000 service requests were made to the authority regarding fly-tipping during 2017 and 2018. These 12 areas made the highest number of reports. Pictures are for illustrative purposes only. Read our full report here.
Just over a quarter of all calls to the council came from this one ward.
Second on the list was Burmantofts and Richmond Hill with 3,720 reports over two years.
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Not far behind was Seacroft with 3,698 reports.
This ward which includes the city centre saw 3,453 reports of fly-tipping over the two years.
In Armley there were 3,098 reports of fly-tipping made to the council over the past two years.
Council data has shown that over the past two years there were 2,590 reports of fly-tipping.
In this central ward there were 1,705 reports of fly-tipping.
In Chapel Allerton there were 1,553 reoprts of fly-tipping made to the council over the past two years.
Data released by Leeds council has shown that 1,303 reports of fly-tipping were made in Bramley and Stanningley.
In this central ward there were 1,261 reports of fly-tipping over the past two years.
In Temple Newsam there were 1,188 reports of fly-tipping.
There were 1,187 reports of fly-tipping made to the council in Farnley and Wortley.