Extreme weather

Highways flooding and drainage

 

Information on high winds from the Met Office

Reporting damaged or fallen trees

We are prepared and ready to respond to reports of trees that may have blocked roads or caused damage to structures.

 

Reporting damage to property

Report damage to property from high winds contact the Building Control Team, who will be able to assist you.

 

Our officers and gritting vehicles are on standby and continually monitor the weather conditions. 

Please follow us on Twitter for gritting updates and other service updates.

Gritting and road users

Burst water pipes

Due to the cold weather, there may be an increased risk of burst water pipes.  If you spot a burst water pipe down your road, please contact your water provider. 

 

When there is extreme cold weather our services can be disrupted. Please follow us on Twitter for updates on school closures and our services.

Parks and open spaces

No disruptions

Bins and Recycling collections

Those properties which did not receive a collection due to the adverse weather conditions should present all of their refuse and recycling as normal on their next scheduled day of collection and everything will be taken.

Please check our Twitter and Facebook for any updates. Thank you for your understanding.

Children's Centres 

Find out about closures, cancellations and which centres are still open

Council buildings

No disruptions

Libraries

No disruptions

 

During hot weather the heat affects everyone particularly the young, elderly and people who are fasting.

When temperatures are high, keep safe and healthy by finding shade to cool down and stay hydrated by drinking of plenty of cool fluids.

Advice on keeping healthy and well during summer

 

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