The neighbourhood team are uniformed council officers who deal with a wide range of low-level anti-social behaviour and environmental crime issues.
The team use engagement and preventative measures to decrease incidents within the borough, as well as taking formal action against individual(s) where necessary.
Click on the links below for more information on the issues the team cover or to report an issue. You can also contact the team using the details at the bottom of the page or tweet us at @CBCEnviroHealth.
- Abandoned vehicles and trailers
- Abandoned bicycles
- Abandoned trolleys - use the TrolleyWise app or report to us by emailing [email protected]
- Bins on the highway
- Dog attacks on dogs (dog attacks on people should be reported to the police online or you can call them on 101. Call 999 if someone is in immediate danger)
- Dogs controls (dog fouling, dogs not on leads, more than four dogs being walked at one time)
- Dog micro-chipping
- Trade bonfires
- Trade waste and duty of care offences
- Vehicles for sale on the verge
- Vehicle repair on the highway
There are currently four neighbourhood officers working in the borough of Cheltenham. The officers are allocated to an area of Cheltenham based on a geographical patch system.
Neighbourhood officers are authorised officers who have the power to ask for personal details and can issue fixed penalty notices on the spot.
Metal detecting on council land
We do not permit metal detecting on publicly owned land except where a metal detecting survey is part of an approved archaeological investigation.
If you need to report an issue to the team please report online via the above links or contact 01242 262626.