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Information about the consultations

TEC set the penalty levels for builders' skips contraventions on 15 October 2015, when it reviewed the results of the public consultation. 

London Councils' Transport and Environment Committee (TEC) set penalty levels and an immobilisation release charge on 15 October 2015. 

Prior to this, it undertook two public consultations, inviting responses from highways authorities, skip companies, members of the public, and road safety and disability groups.  

Information about the consultations

TEC consulted twice before it set the penalty levels and immobolisation release charge.

The first consultation run from April to May 2015, where respondents indicated their support for the principle of setting a penalty level but not their support for the proposed levels. After further work by officers, a second public consultation ran from mid August to the end of September 2015.

The results of the consultation were set out in the TEC report which was considered on 15 October 2015.

Organisations and members the public were invited to respond to the consultations by direct email, as well as links on this website and twitter. The consultation was carried out online and organisations were also able to respond with a written response.