How Do I Report Issues?

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To report any dog issues such as fouling or dangerous dogs

Broadland District Council has the power to deal with a wide range of dog related problems – https://www.broadland.gov.uk/info/200168/dogs_and_problem_dogs

 

To report any issues in your street – such as anti social or illegal parking, fly tipping, removal of a dead animal, abandoned vehicles, road sweeping and litter, anti social motorcycle riding etc

https://www.broadland.gov.uk/info/200150/problems_in_your_street

 

 

For Highways related concerns such as:-

  • Overgrown or damaged verges,
  • Damaged or missing manhole covers,
  • Damaged grit bins,
  • Blocked ditches, blocked drains (not sewage), blocked gully,
  • Damaged drains (not sewage), damaged gully, standing water,
  • Missing or worn road markings,
  • Damaged or faulty road signs and posts,
  • Missing or worn cats eyes or studs,
  • Damaged / dangerous trees, fallen trees, overgrown hedges, overgrown trees,
  • Road obstructions, spillages or mud,
  • Damaged or faulty traffic lights (permanent or temporary),
  • Potholes – road, path or cycle ways,
  • Damage to Paths, Roads, Kerbs and Cycle Ways,
  • Road surface issues Street furniture – bollards, bus shelters, fences, guardrails, safety barrier,
  • Damaged footbridge or road bridge,
  • Public Rights of Way / Norfolk Trails

Use the Highways report an issue websitehttps://apps.norfolk.gov.uk/highwaysdefect/

 

For Sewage related concerns

For blocked or damaged sewage drains – these issues are dealt with by Anglian Water and can be contacted by visiting – http://www.anglianwater.co.uk/

 

For Streetlight issues

Amey are responsible for street lighting and illuminated road signs. Contact them directly to inform of the damage or fault. http://norfolkstreetlighting.amey.co.uk/

 

For Planning issues where developments are not as per the approved plans or land being misused

Broadland Planning Enforcement