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Reporting Street Problems

Reporting A Street Problem

Reporting a street problem is easily done on your computer, tablet or even mobile phone. The Street Repairs website offers full mobile functionality, which means it can be accessed via any smartphone. Simply input a few details about the problem and its location, then we bring it to the attention of the local council. You can choose to remain anonymous, or provide a mobile telephone number to receive update text alerts. You can also follow progress of the repair through the Street Repairs site.

How To Report A Street Problem

Have you spotted damage or a potential hazard in a local street?

You can report it to the relevant council with just a few clicks using Street Repairs. Simply enter the postcode or street name on our online contact form, then complete a few details about the type of problem you have noticed and its whereabouts. You can submit your problem anonymously, or provide us with an email address and/or a telephone number so we can keep you fully informed of progress with text alerts.

Street Repairs Step-By-Step

1. You notice a street-level problem such as an unlit street lamp, dog fouling or fly tipping.

2. Using your Smartphone, desktop or tablet you can access the Street Repairs website and report the fault by entering a few details and identifying the precise location using the on screen map or locate me button.

3. We will then submit your report directly to your local council.

4. When the Council update their progress on the Street Repairs website you will receive a notification via email and text message, provided you supplied these details upon reporting.