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Here is a list of some of the most popular things you can apply for.
Volunteers including schools, community groups, businesses and residents can now Adopt an Area. It could be your street or part of it, a park, or a path you regularly use.
Allotments are a great way of keeping fit as well as giving you the chance to meet new friends and grow fresh produce!
You may be able to get a different type of bin collection service from us depending on your personal needs.
From support with council tax, housing benefits, Universal Credit and other support service, you can find financial assistance from us here.
If you have lost your bin or it is damaged, you can request a replacement here.
Here's some information on Blue Badges how to use them - including the free extra hour we offer to badge holders and a link to apply for one
Bromsgrove Market takes place in the High Street every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. You can also find out how to start running a market stall here too.
If you are considering building or altering a property we have a complete Building Control service, from pre-application advice through to inspection certification.
BURT is a door-to-door community transport service for residents of the district who can't use public transport.
For all your business waste requirements from a few small bags to multiple large wheeled containers, we're local, flexible, and for you.
Here is full information on concessionary travel passes from Worcestershire County Council.
You may be able to get support with Council Tax if you or someone who lives with you are on a low income or disabled. This is claimed during the Housing benefit claim, but applied for separately from Universal Credit.
If you're a homeowner you may be able to get help to pay for essential adaptations to your home if you or someone who lives with you has a disability.
A link to the Worcestershire County Dropped Kerb Service
Get on the electoral register (sometimes called the electoral roll), or update your name or address details, here.
link to Worcestershire County Council Apply for free school meals
You can find everything about the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act and making FOI requests here.
Find out about our garden waste service here.
Find out more about grant and funding help and support for your organisation or business here.
This is place to find out more about volunteering and jobs with us.
If you want to have a say in the running of Sanders Park, why not join the Friends of Sanders Park?
Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) - the requirements
Pages about licenses and permits you may need for your new business.
If a litter bin is full or damaged, or you think a new bin is needed somewhere, tell us here.
Many trees are protected by law. Find out what you need to do before you can carry out any work on them here.
Our community alarm service provides peace of mind 24 hours per day, 365 days per year to vulnerable people and their families.
Some roads have parking schemes to improve parking for residents and visitors. On these roads, parking is limited without a permit.
We offer annual or quarterly parking permits that make our long stay car parks even better value.
Normally if you wish to develop land or buildings you will have to apply to us for planning permission. You can find out about our pre-application service and fees and how to submit your application here
If you want to apply to buy a small piece of land you can find out how to apply here
If you have a septic tank, cesspit or cesspool we can empty it for you at low cost.
If you have difficulty walking you can register to use our equipment to help you get around Bromsgrove town centre.
If you need to park in an enforced area, you can apply for a special parking dispensation from us.
Are you looking for a new way to promote your business? Sponsor our roundabouts to advertise to up to 20,000 passing vehicles a day for as little as £2,400 a year.
You can change or get a new postcode, street name or number here.
Planning an event that includes licensable activities on unlicensed premises? Notify us at least 10 working days before your event.
Here are details of Temporary Road and Footpath closures and our application process to apply for a closure