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Did you know how easy it to report unacceptable acts that affect your life and surroundings.

For road/highway problems go to

For other nuisance matters go to

Somerset County Council and South Somerset District Council have an easy to use on line reporting facility where if you spot wrong doing or something that is wrong you can just provide information and it will be investigated.

A recent example is of clear breach of planning which was reported to the Building Control team, who immediately investigated and got the builder to put it right.
Another example is of a traffic sign that had gone walkabouts and again this was put right by Highways within a few days

All you have to do is visit and complete a simple on line form. Takes two minutes.

So next time you spot something, don't tut it, report it. That way the council can do something about it.

If they aren't told about it, they can't know about it, then they can't do anything about it!

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