From Footpaths to Fly Tipping, many issues around the Parish of Harpole are the responsibility of other Councils or organisations. While we look to bring pressure where needed, the best and fastest way to initiate a resolution is to report the problem via one of the routes below. Some of these have changed, e.g. footpaths, so please read the information.
Problems with a local road, street or pavement
by contacting the County Council’s Street doctor: Here
Reporting a Problem with Street Lights
Fill the form below to report a street light not working
Report fly-tipping – Here
If you witness fly-tipping or wish to report dumped rubbish, please provide as much information as possible (e.g., date, time, vehicle registration, location, type of rubbish).
The first port of call should always be the County Council. You can report potholes and any other problems with a local road, street or pavement by contacting the County Council’s “Fix my street” page Here
You can even add photographs to illustrate the problem
FOOTPATHS / RIGHTS OF WAY
Until recently Footpath issues beeded to be reported to the Footpaths officer who would liaise with the County Council’s Team. With the prepartions for a move to unitary authority, Harpole has changed areas and the map below shows the new areas.
As you will see, in the first instance issues should be reported via the “fixmystreet” website https://fixmystreet.northamptonshire.gov.uk/
Please find below advice, links to agencies that can help should your property be at risk from flooding
If you believe a person/persons are at risk take immediate action and contact the emergency services (police/fire/ambulance) on 999. Northamptonshire Police can be contacted for non-emergencies on 101.
Information can be found on the SNC website concerning contact numbers, how to build a sandbag wall and details of a Household Emergency Plan Booklet, also more information can be found Northamptonshire Local Flood Risk Management Strategy – Public Summary report. Check to see if there are any flood warnings in your area by visiting the Environment Agency website.
Contacts for help and support
National – The Environment Agency operates a national Floodline and can be contacted on 0845 988 1188 or 0345 988 1188.
Northamptonshire – Northamptonshire County Council (NCC) is the lead local authority with overall responsibility for flood risk management in the county. All enquiries relating to flooding and flood risk should be reported to NCC direct.
How to contact Northamptonshire County Council:
- Telephone 0300 126 1000
- 8.00am – 6pm Monday – Friday
- Visit: http://www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/en/councilservices/environ/flood/pages/default.aspx
Surface water flooding/road drainage
– This is the responsibility of Northamptonshire Highways Department: 0300 126 1000.
Main sewers and pipework shared by more than one property
– This is the responsibility of the Water Authority.
- Anglian Water: 03457 145 145
- Thames Water: 0845 9200 800
Single private pipework blockage/flooding
– This is the responsibility of the householder and it is their responsibility to have it unblocked. (This is pipework which leaves a single property and meets either a shared pipe with other properties or the main sewer.)
To check the river levels for our area visit: http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/research/planning/135518.aspx
To check if your property/premises are in a flood warning area visit: http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/homeandleisure/floods/31618.aspx
Individuals or communities who have suffered flooding, or who are at risk of flooding can contact the National Flood Forum on 01299 403055 for advice.
For health concerns during or after a flood, call 111.
Information about disruption to services is provided by South Northamptonshire Council.