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  • Council Tax discounts and exemptions

    Find out if you are eligible for a reduction in your Council Tax bill or if your property is exempt.

  • Damp and mould

    A damp house can cause timber frames in windows and doors to rot and can lead to respiratory health issues.

  • Dead Animal Collection Form

    If you find a dead animal in a public place please use this form to report it

  • Debt recovery action

    If the invoice remains unpaid after a final reminder has been sent we will take recovery action by using one or more of the following methods:

  • Decision making process

    Councillors are responsible for the overall policy direction of the Council and take all of the significant decisions concerning the Authority's services and expenditure.

  • Declarations of interest (councillors and co-opted members)

  • Defibrillators around Runnymede

    There are 13 public access Automated External Defibrillators (AED) in the Borough.

  • Disability Living Allowance

  • Disabled adaptations

    If you need to make changes to your home to suit the needs of someone with a disability, you may be able to get a Disabled Facilities Grant to help with the costs.

  • Dog fouling (report it)

    You can report dog fouling in the Borough using this form.

  • Drainage and Flooding

    Responsibility for drainage is shared between a number of different authorities and companies. This page explains briefly who these stakeholders are and what they are responsible for.

  • Drinking in the street (report it)

    You can report anti social behaviour in the Borough using this form - please note that with some types of anti-social behaviour you will be required to leave contact details.

  • Drug Dealing (report it)

    You can report anti social behaviour in the Borough using this form - please note that with some types of anti-social behaviour you will be required to leave contact details.

  • Vehicle crossovers (dropped kerbs)

    If you would like to lower the kerb outside your property, you might need to apply for planning permission. Roads classified as A, B or C will need planning permission. Roads classified as D do not normally require planning permission. Please contact Surrey County Council Highways for the classification of your Road.

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