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Report fly-posting

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Fly-posting is the term used for unauthorised display of advertisements on street furniture including benches, post boxes, phone boxes, street lights, traffic signs, bus stops and memorials. Fly-posting is unsightly and is now considered to be a contributing factor to urban decay. It may also cause a visual obstruction to pedestrians and motorists alike.

We take fly-posting seriously and aim to remove it and pass the costs of t​he removal on to the advertisers. This unlawful advertising is an offence and we'll issue a £75 fixed penalty notice to all offenders.

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​​What fly-posting you can report to us

You can tell us about:

  • Fly-posting that's racist, offensive, obscene or politically motivated. You should also report this to the police.
  • Fly-posting in any public areas, such as on benches, post boxes, street lights, traffic signs and memorials.
  • An accumulation of fly-posting in an area.
  • One instance of fly-posting if you've evidence of the offender.
You can't tell us about fly-posting on private buildings or land. If someone has fly-posted on your property, you can report this to the police.

Contact

​0300 303 8884

Phone: Monday-Friday 8.30am-5.30pm.
Closed for training Monday 11am-11.30am.

Environmental Management
Green Lane
Heywood OL10 2DY
(Postal address only)

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Green Flag Award.