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Keep safe this Christmas
Keep safe this Christmas
Local residents in the borough of Richmond are being reminded to protect themselves from becoming victims of petty crime this Christmas by being aware of the most common mistakes people make over the festive period.
Rogue landlord has £112,500 in illegally gained rent confiscated after being convicted three times for breaching planning enforcement notices.
Play fair at Hallowe’en
Play fair at Hallowe’en
A warning to teenagers who think Hallowe’en gives them free rein to annoy neighbours and play anti-social pranks
Avoid getting caught by social media scams on Twitter and Facebook that are designed to trick you into revealing your log in details
All motorists who were wrongly issued a PCN have now been sent a letter by Richmond Council informing them that they are eligible to apply for a refund.
Apply now for your permanent RichmondCard to take advantage of 30 minutes’ free parking and further discounts on longer stays on offer within the borough.
Richmond borough residents are to beware of conmen posing as bogus Microsoft engineers.
Response to London disorder
Response to London disorder
Richmond Council is working closely with the local police to monitor the London riots.
Drivers who received a penalty charge notice for parking-related offences from camera cars that were not properly certified will be able to appeal their ticket following full Council approval in September.
Warning issued over local con artist working the streets of Twickenham and Sheen in recent weeks, posing as a Council refuse collector.
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