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We are responsible for the day-to-day cleansing requirements of the District and this includes the hand and mechanical sweeping of highways, pavements and public open spaces such as car parks and market squares to remove litter and detritus.
 
Graffiti

We regularly monitor the District for areas that have been affected by graffiti. We have a zero tolerance stance on graffiti and we do everything in our powers to ensure any offenders are dealt with as quickly and sternly as possible.

We aim to remove graffiti on Council buildings within 10 working days of it being reported to us. We aim to remove any racist, obscene or abusive graffiti within 24 hours of it being reported to us. If the graffiti is on property or business premises we will work with the occupier to influence its speedy removal. By agreement we may remove graffiti from private or business properties on a rechargeable basis.

If you see any area that has been defaced by graffiti and wish to report it, please contact the Council. Report it via ‘Do it Online’ on this page.

Litter and Fly Tipping

New littering rules are now in place as of April 2018.

For the first time, local authorities will also be able to apply penalties for littering to vehicle owners if it can be proved litter was thrown from their car – even if it was discarded by somebody else.

So it’s up to you as a vehicle owner to ensure no one discards litter from your vehicle or YOU will receive a fixed penalty.

Litter and fly tipping is a blight on our countryside - it is unsightly, unpleasant and dangerous to the public and animals. Always place your litter in a litter bin or take it home. To report an issue with litter or fly tipping please use our ‘Do it Online’ service.
 
Anyone dropping litter can be liable to an immediate fixed penalty notice (FPN) of £65 and if you fail to pay this within the statutory 14-days then you may be taken to court where the maximum fine can be £2,500.

Flytipping

In 2019 new fines were introduced for breaches of the household waste duty of care – as a way to stop waste getting into the hands of unauthorised carriers, who may then resort to fly-tipping. This means if you pass waste to an unauthorised carrier then you may receive a £200 fixed penalty.

The council advises that you make all reasonable checks to ensure that anyone collecting your waste has a waste carrier licence, and obtain a waste transfer note. You should gather as much details as possible including vehicle registrations so that if the waste is found fly tipped the offender can be traced.

Householders can easily avoid falling victim to fly tippers by taking waste to their nearest Household Recycling Centre or pay a small fee for the Council’s Bulk Collection Service to take their waste away.

To help us catch people who fly tip, every time we have an instance we will post a description and pictures of what has been dumped in our countryside and in your local community. If you recognise what has been dumped, be it the wall paper, tiling, the furniture etc, or you know who in the particular area has recently had work done that may have resulted in the fly tipping, then please contact us confidentially so we can catch the culprits.
 
Any information that is supplied to us will be in the strictest of confidence.
 

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Beauty Industry - Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that face treatments in beauty salons, spas and mobile/home-based beauty businesses in England will not resume tomorrow (August 1) as previously suggested, due to rising coronavirus R rate. The PM said the Government has decided to put the brakes on the proposed easing of restrictions, which were due to take place tomorrow, with all additional close-contact beauty treatments postponed until at least Saturday, 15 August. Read more.

Electric Charge Points - If you would like to request an electric vehicle charge point in your street or local area or have a query about them, please email our regeneration team.

 

Business Grants Funds: programme closure

Small Business Grant Fund/Retail, Hospitality & Leisure Grants Fund/Discretionary Grant Fund

  • Grants totalling £12,907,000 have been made to 1,194 businesses premises in our district.
  • These grants have been vital to our local economy – helping ensure the survival of shops, cafes, restaurants and many other businesses.
  • We are in the final stages of this programme. The vast majority of eligible businesses have now claimed grants.
  • If you think that you are eligible, but have not yet been in touch with us about this, please do so as soon as possible. Please contact us on Revenues@bolsover.gov.uk
  • Given the schemes’ success, in that over 98% of eligible businesses in our district have received grants, we will be closing the Small Business Grant Fund, the Retail, Hospitality & Leisure Grants Fund and the Discretionary Grants Fund by Friday 14 August 2020. Allowing for any final payments to be paid by the scheme deadline of Friday 28 August 2020.

 

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