Graffiti is antisocial behaviour and the Council takes a pro-active approach to dealing it.
Although the Council is not responsible for removing graffiti, we monitor the Borough and the owner of any affected property is contacted and advised of the problem. We also give advice on how the issue can be tackled.
Preventing and removing graffiti helps to improve our local environment and the quality of life for many residents: reducing the fear of crime that it causes and increasing pride in the community.
Contact details for commonly reported graffiti:
|Bus Stop / Shelter||
Village - Parish Council
Town - Test Valley BC
|Car Parking Pay Booth||Test Valley BC|
|Electric Sub Station||Scottish and Southern Electricity Network|
|Phone Boxes or Cabinets||
Open Reach Web Chat 'Damage, Health & Safety - I want to report damage'
|Play Parks||Test Valley BC|
|Underpass / Subway||Hampshire Highways|
|Virgin Media Box|
You can also report any environmental issue here: My Test Valley. Try to include as much information as you can - including photos if you have any. Alternatively you can contact Customer Services on 01264 368000 or 01794 527700.
For more information on how Test Valley Borough Council deals with antisocial behaviour - please click here: Antisocial Behaviour
You can also report antisocial behaviour to Hampshire Police via this link: Report Antisocial Behaviour or call 101.