Reporting graffiti and flyposting
Fly posting is the posting of flyers, posters or billboards to public property without permission and creates an eye sore.
Graffiti and fly-posting is considered to be intimidating to members of the community and public environment. The council's policy is intended to reduce the fear of crime and maintain the appearance of the area.
Graffiti and fly-posting will be removed from all publicly owned sites and locations over which the council has control and some privately owned sites, if previous permission is given.
The council will notify the nominated contractor immediately of the presence of graffiti and fly-posting on any surface who will remove it within 48 hours of notificiation.
No charge will be made to members of the public or the owners of the property involved.
If you wish to report an incident please complete the online form below.
Last updated: 14th December 2012