WSCC Highways team are responsible for most roads-related issues, including problems with road condition, drainage, safety/speed limits etc. Concerns about road safety that would require changes to speed limits normally need to be raised via the parish council – and it helps to have as much evidence of the problem as possible.
To report emergency issues such as:
- dangerous potholes
- fallen trees that are blocking a road or pavement
- any other obstruction or spillage blocking a road or pavement
- drain/inspection covers that are missing.
Phone 01243 642105
To report problems such as: potholes, road flooding, overgrown vegetation and damaged pavements, use this link –
Footpaths & Bridleways
This page gives access to information, maps, links to fault reporting & volunteering opportunities. West Sussex County Council provides a comprehensive set of resources for walkers, cyclists and equestrians
To report a problem with a Public Right of Way in West Sussex – click here
West Sussex County Council provide an online footpath mapping system called imap, which is available here
Horsham District Council are responsible for removing illegally dumped waste from public land and can be reported here. The removal of illegally dumped waste from private land is the responsibility of the landowner.