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Flyposting - reporting and removal

Flyposting is an illegal, anti-social activity that creates a negative impression of an area and contributes to people's fear of crime.

Clean Neighbourhoods & Environment Act 2005 PART 4 - GRAFFITI AND OTHER DEFACEMENT

  • Inclusion of graffiti and fly posting in the remit of Litter Clearing Notices and the extension of graffiti removal notices to include fly posting
  • A new requirement for all beneficiaries of fly posting (venue/record company/artist) to show that they have taken all reasonable steps to avoid the use of fly posting
  • A provision for local authorities to recover the cost of removing fly posters
  • A new power for local authorities to enforce the ban on the sale of spray paints to under 18's (as contained in the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003)

 If you would like any unsightly flyposting removed from Council property, private property or street furniture, please contact us on 01756 700600 or email