FACEBOOK UPDATE: Our Facebook accounts for Network Homes and Network Homes sales have been compromised. We’re doing everything we can to liaise with Facebook and resolve this issue. Until then, please do not use our Facebook accounts to contact us and ignore any messages or post you may have received from our Facebook accounts from Thursday 28 September 2023. 

Other pet issues

Dog owners can be given an on-the-spot fine if they do not clear up after their dog. The amount varies from council to council. 

Try speaking to your neighbour to make them aware of their responsibility. If you have tried speaking to them or do not feel able to, you can make a report.

If the offence took place on our land, please complete our online contact us form. Once we receive your report, we will make contact with your neighbour.

If the offence took place in a public area such as a pavement or park, please contact the Local Authority who will make contact with your neighbour and possibly issue a fine if you are able to provide them with sufficient evidence.

We recognise that apart from dogs, there are some other pets that may also cause a nuisance to residents and we will take appropriate if we are made aware of any concerns. If you have any information of such pets, please contact us by phone, email or using our online contact us form.

Please note, if you live in a property owned or managed by Network Homes you will need to seek prior permission from us to own a pet. Please contact us if you wish to make an application.

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