People should be able to use our roads, pavements and footpaths safely, and without obstruction or nuisance.
Please note: a dangerous building that presents a serious and immediate threat to public safety is a separate problem that should be reported immediately to Building Control on 0161 234 4333 during office hours, or to Greater Manchester Police on 0161 872 5050 outside of these hours.
Examples of types of danger or nuisance might include:
a possible danger to people using a road or pavement from, for example, building or construction work, piles of building materials, steep slopes or drops;
soil or mud falling or carried onto the street, can obstruct people or block gutters, drains or gullies;
water falling or flowing onto the street from private property can wet people, cause large puddles or freeze in cold weather; and
barbed wire on land next to a pavement or path which can hurt people or rip their clothes.
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