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Council Urges Public To Report All

Council Urges Public To Report All

June 6, 2017

Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council is encouraging residents to ”Do their part for the community” reporting incidents within their Council area.

The Council has recently signed up to the ReportAll App which will allow residents to report instances of littering, graffiti, dog fouling and fly tipping at the click of a button.

The App can be downloaded for free from the Council’s website or via the App Store or Google Play available on smart devices.

Residents will be able to report incidents, quickly and easily to the Council.  Residents can do this anonymously or alternatively by providing contact details which will enable them to see updates on action taken.

If the incident reported is outside the remit of the Council it will be reassigned to the relevant organisation responsible.

Encouraging residents to download the App, Councillor Tim Mitchell, Chairman of the Council’s Governance and Audit Committee said “We are committed to improving our Council area and we are calling on our residents to help us do just that.

“The ReportAll App is an easy way to let us know when things go wrong in our City and it will enable us to address problem areas quickly.  By working together we can ensure our City is as clean and green as possible,” said Councillor Mitchell.

Echoing the sentiments of Councillor Mitchell the Chief Executive, Dr Theresa Donaldson, encouraged residents to support the Council.  “The Council works very hard to tackle many of the problem areas which ‘ReportAll’ aims to address, but we cannot be everywhere all of the time, but with your help we can work quickly to resolve any incidents reported,” said Dr Donaldson.

For further information on the ReportAll app please click here.

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