Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
In line with social distancing advice and to protect residents and staff the Council has taken the decision to close the Council offices to the public until further notice.
Whilst the offices are closed to visitors, our operating hours remain unchanged.
You are still able to access services and information from the website 24/7 and via email and phone during operating hours.
For information and advice on coronavirus (COVID-19), and to volunteer to help in your community, please see our Coronavirus information page.
For information on our services, including waste collections, please see our Service update and information page
For information on businesses and business rates, please see our Business advice page
Graffiti is an illegal, anti-social activity that creates a negative impression of an area and contributes to people’s fear of crime.
The Council has a procedure and time scales for dealing with graffiti on its own land, buildings, highway signage and street furniture.
The Council will also deal with graffiti, especially obscene, racial and sexual, on buildings such as, railway companies, educational institutions and other statutory undertakers. This also applies to property such as, telecommunication plant & equipment, mailboxes, transport shelters, etc.
For graffiti incidents on privately owned buildings / land we can provide information on companies who provide a professional removal service if required.