Graffiti and Flyposting
The responsibility for removing graffiti and flyposting depends on its location.
Having your property vandalised by graffiti can be distressing and costly. There are many ways you can help protect your property and deter graffiti vandals. Graffiti on private property would be the responsibility of the owner to remove. View the graffiti help and guidance leaflet for private property owners.
Should you be a victim of vandalism/graffiti then you have been a victim of crime. It is important that you report it as a crime to West Mercia Police.
Property owned by BT, Royal Mail, Central Networks and Network Rail
Property owned by British Telecom (phone boxes), Royal Mail (post boxes), Central Networks (electrical installations) and Network Rail should be reported directly to them. See details below for contact telephone numbers and web addresses.
Such as litter bins, public toilets, public parks and/or recreation grounds.
Please call 01905 722233. Please provide us with as much information as you can regarding the location and nature of the problem. Please also provide your contact details in case we need to contact you.
|British Telecom||0800 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Royal Mail||08457 740740||www.royalmail.com|
|Network Rail||08457 114141||www.networkrail.co.uk|
|Worcester City Council||01905 722233||Report graffiti or fly-posting|
|West Mercia Policeemail@example.com|