Do you want to report anti-social behaviour?
If you’re having problems with your neighbours and want to report antisocial behaviour, please do NOT use this form. You’ll need to do that using our ‘Report anti-social behaviour’ form
Not sure who looks after what on your estate? Find out about the most common issues below.
You’re responsible for putting your rubbish in the communal bins or leaving it outside your home on bin collection day. You can find your bin collection day on the gov.uk website.
We need to keep communal areas clear, so that fire exits aren’t blocked and everyone stays safe.
Please don’t store any personal items – including doormats, plants, shoes, bicycles, shelves, storage boxes, mobility scooters and electric scooters – in the corridors. These are a fire hazard, and we’ll remove them from communal areas.
Fly-tipping and bulk waste
You’re responsible for getting rid of large waste items. The council will take these away, but will usually charge for this. You can find out how to arrange this here.
If you spot fly-tipping in your neighbourhood, you should report it to your local council.
It’s not our responsibility to remove bulk waste, and if we do, we may recharge the individual for the cost of removal or where this isn’t possible, the charge may be added to the service charge for that estate.
Roads and pavements
We’ll fix problems with roads or pavements on our land. Just let us know what and where the problem is using the form below.
If it’s not on Guinness land, you should report it to your local council.
Parking on the street
We can’t guarantee you a parking space unless you’ve been allocated one. Find out how you can apply for a parking permit.
You can also use your MyGuinness account to apply for a parking permit online.
If you have a parking problem on your street, try having a friendly word with the driver first. They might not realise their vehicle is causing issues or know about specific parking arrangements.
If that doesn’t work:
- contact your local council if it’s parked on a public verge or road and is breaking local parking regulations.
- contact the police if it’s dangerously parked and needs to be removed immediately
- contact us if it’s in one of our car parks or parking spaces. We’ll contact your neighbour and ask them to move it.
If a street light has gone out, we’ll need to know if it’s on our land or someone else’s.
Get in touch to let us know where it is and we’ll let you know if we need to send someone out to fix it (if it’s on our land). If it’s not on our land, you should report it to your local council.
Trees and hedges
You’re responsible for keeping trees and hedges around your property neat and tidy. If we have to prune a tree that is your responsibility to maintain, you may be recharged for the cost of this service. If you think a tree needs some attention in a common area, like a communal garden, let us know. If it’s not on Guinness land, please contact your local council.