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Dover District and Kent County Councillors for Walmer

Please find below contact details of your Dover District and Kent County Councillors for Walmer:-   CONTACTS Kent County Council Cllr Trevor Bond, Kent County Councillor for Walmer and Deal trevor.bond@kent.gov.uk Cllr Derek Murphy, Kent County Councillor for Walmer and Deal derek.murphy@kent.gov.uk   Dover District Council Cllr Pat Heath, Dover District Councillor for Walmer cllrpatrickheath@dover.gov.uk Cllr […]

How do I report incidents of Crime or Anti-social Behaviour?

The Parish Council would like to urge residents to report all incidents of crime and anti-social behaviour to the police. Please don’t assume that someone else will do it. Even where it appears unlikely that the police will be able to do anything they do need to have a record of all incidents so that they […]

How do I get someone to clean my street?

  The Council carries out sweeping and inspections of all areas on a regular basis. In between inspections, if any area falls below the required standard it will be cleaned to the standards set by the Environment Protection Act 1990. For details of the standards expected and general information the Tidy Britain Group have produced […]

How do I report an incident of fly tipping?

  The Kent County Council 'Clean Kent' Campaign has provided the following information regarding flytipping:- Flytipping is the common term used to describe waste illegally deposited on land as described under section 33 of the Environment Protection Act 1990. Local and central government narrow this term down to represent any waste dumped that is too large to […]

What do I do about reporting dog fouling?

  Under the Dogs Fouling of Land Act (1996) it is an offence to allow your dog to foul the footpath or highway. Dog Wardens can issue an owner or person in charge of a dog a fixed penalty ticket (£50 fine). Failure to pay fines can incur a further penalty of up to £1,000. Report […]

Is it illegal to have a bonfire?

  It is a common misconception that there are specific byelaws that prohibit garden bonfires or specify times they can be lit  – there aren't. Very occasionally a bonfire is the best practicable way to dispose of garden waste that cannot be composted – such as diseased plant material or tough woody waste. If only […]