Fly-posting, graffiti and vandalism
We can investigate fly-posting, graffiti and vandalism on both public and private property if the offence has been witnessed taking place.
We are unable to remove fly-posting, graffiti and vandalism from:
- heights or where specialist training or equipment is needed
- surfaces where its removal would cause further damage
Fly-posting includes signs, posters or stickers placed at/on unauthorised sites for advertising purposes without permission from us or the owner.
If you are found to be responsible for an act of fly-posting, we can issue you with a fine (fixed penalty notice) of £100.
Graffiti and vandalism
Graffiti and vandalism include painting, writing, soiling, marking, defacing or damaging property.
Graffiti and vandalism are criminal offences and we could issue you with a fine (fixed penalty notice) of £100.
If you see graffiti or vandalism on a telephone box, please report the damage to BT.