Housing - Graffiti issue
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Your local authority is responsible for ensuring that there is no unauthorised graffiti or illegal fly-posting on carriageways, street lamps or posts on public highways or on the communal areas of property that they own. If you see any graffiti or illegal fly-posting, you should contact your local council for further action.
Council property upkeep
Under the Right to Repair Regulations 1994 the government has set out a list of qualifying repairs which have to be done within a certain time limit. They are small urgent repairs which might affect your health, safety or security and which can be done quickly and easily, see the detailed rights for more details.
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