flyposting


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flyposting

(ˈflaɪˌpəʊstɪŋ)
n
the posting of advertising or political bills, posters, etc in unauthorized places
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The Bill will make Olympic ticket touting a crime, and outlaw commercial exploitation of the Games and its symbols by preventing street trading and flyposting.
The Clean Neighbourhoods Bill categorises light pollution alongside litter, flyposting, abandoned cars, noise and fly-tipping.
Flyposting and graffiti costs Liverpool pounds 300, 000 a year in clean-up costs.
But the North-East was rated good at removing leaf fall and at removing easily visible fly-tipping, flyposting and graffiti and satisfactory at removing weeds.
HE BOTHERED folk with his noisy dog and now he has bothered an estate with his flyposting.
Last summer the firm was fined pounds 1,000 after pleading guilty to five offences of illegal flyposting.
LEADING health club Esporta today apologised after it was fined for flyposting in Coventry.
illegal Flyposting on the newly painted bins on New Street
Flyposting is a nuisance but also raises concerns over road safety, as motorists can be easily distracted by unauthorised posters.
The director of a company which vowed to clean up flyposting in the Welsh capital is also the man in charge of a firm which admits putting the problem there in the first place.
MUSIC giants Sony and BMG were today finding out if they face anti-social behaviour orders over charges of illegal flyposting.
EXECUTIVES at music giants Sony and BMG could face up to five years in jail after being served with anti- social behaviour orders over illegal flyposting,it emerged yesterday.