Fault Report: Graffiti and flyposting

See what's being done about Graffiti and Fly-posting

To report graffiti or flyposting please fill in this form.

Required fields are marked with an asterisk *.

Problem Type

Please select one of the following for the type of problem you wish to report.

Location

For us to deal with the problem it is extremely important that we have the exact address (or nearest address if the graffiti/posters are on street furniture).

To help us find the exact location of the graffiti or fly-posters at the above address please provide further detail. For example, on white painted side wall, on metal shop roller shutters, on lamp post, and so on.

Further Details

In order to help us deal with your report quickly, please fill in as many details as possible.

If you know, please state who owns the property or structure. For instance, is it a private residence, a utility company, a phone box, a council building?

To help us deal with the problem please give a short description of the type of surface underneath the graffiti or flyposting. For example, brick, painted surface, tiles?

Please give the time and date that you first noticed the problem.

for example 13:30
for example DD/MM/YYYY

Your Details

You do not need to give us your name but it would be helpful to the Council to have a contact telephone number or email address in case we need further information to follow up this report.

Thank-you for taking the time to report this problem. We aim to deal with your complaint within 7-10 days. If you require further information please contact us on 020 7361 3001 or graffiti@rbkc.gov.uk

Please note that our contact centre opening times are Mon - Fri  8.30-5.30, excluding Bank Holidays.  Completed Fault Report Forms will be acknowledged the next working day.

Data Protection

Any information you provide will be used by the Council for the purpose of dealing with this report and will not be disclosed to the public. This information may be provided to organisations working on behalf of the Council to rectify the problem.