Report graffiti on public land
Use this service to ask us to remove graffiti from public property such as public buildings, monuments, benches and bins.
What you need to know
If the graffiti is on private land, it is usually the responsibility of the landowner you will need to ask them to remove it.
What happens next
We try to clear graffiti as quickly as possible. If the graffiti is offensive, we’ll remove it the same day if reported before 1pm on a working day.
Report graffiti on private property or land
Contact the owner of the property, for example:
- billboards or advertising hoardings, contact details are usually displayed on the billboard
- BT telephone boxes, email firstname.lastname@example.org
- bus stop shelters, contact details are usually displayed on the shelter
- churches, contact the church or diocese directly
- construction hoardings, contact details are usually displayed on the hoarding
- post boxes, email email@example.com
- railway bridges, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If the graffiti is offensive and on private property, you can still report the incident to us for investigation.