Bottisham is no different to any
other village in that it suffers the dreaded pot hole issue, we do occasionally
suffer from fly tipping, and even our poor bus stop was the victim of graffiti
It is really important that we ask
all residents to take accountability for our village and we needyou
to report issues you find. The more we
report issues the more action will is likely to be taken.
It is easy for you to report these
issues ie; a pot hole, street light out and other issues directly. See the
Reporting Pot Holes and Road Maintenance Issues
report a pot hole, you need to know:
where it is (street/road
name, post code address would help)
roughly how big it is
it is safe to do so, you can also provide a photograph.
It takes less than 5-10 minutes to
report it on the Council websites.
To report pot holes or other problems
with roads and pavements or streetlights to Cambridgeshire County Council please
use these links:
The smell of gas within your property can be alarming and should be treated seriously.
If you can already smell gas and/or think there could be a leak, you should immediately phone the National Gas Emergency Service number on 0800 111 999* at any time of the day or night.
Anglian Water supply water and water recycling services in the East of England.
If you have an issue with your water or sewerage, or you've spotted a leak please contact Anglian Water straight away. If you see a burst water mains please report this as it can lead to a loss of supply.
Also call 105 to report a power cut and the operator will provide you advice and track the location of the electricity outage.
You can also call 105 if you spot damage to electricity power lines and substations that could put you, or someone else, in danger. If there’s a serious immediate risk, you should call the emergency services too. 105 is a free service and you can call the number from most landlines and mobile phones. https://www.powercut105.com/
It can be a criminal offence of fraud to try and avoid paying Council Tax by giving false information to the Council or by not telling the Council about any changes that may affect how much Council Tax is due.