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Report engine idling

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If you see idling in the borough, report it and help us improve the air quality in Tower Hamlets.

Report fraud

Description
If you suspect that someone is committing fraud, bribery or corruption against the council we would like to know about it.

Report it

Description
If you spot an issue around the borough like dumped rubbish or a broken parking meter or would like to tell us about a change in your circumstances, you can report it to us.

Representation

Description
In order for us to consider your representation, you must make it clear how granting this application will have an impact and "relevant" to one or more of the following licensing objectives: the prevention of crime and disorder, the prevention of public nuisance, public safety, the protection of children from harm.

Representing the Holocaust on Screen

Description
Join us for this participatory film archive workshop exploring the purpose, significance and representation of Holocaust narratives based on a selection of clips from Holocaust themed films, including archival footage.

Resident parking permit

Description
For residents who need a permit to park their vehicle in the area that they live.

Residents' Support Scheme

Description
Tower Hamlets can provide essential crisis support to some of its most vulnerable residents through the new Residents' Support Scheme.

Residents' survey

Description
Each year, the council commissions an independent company to undertake a survey of our residents to understand their views of the council and its services. Take a look at the latest results from this year's survey.

Residents survey results revealed

Description
Nearly eight out of ten Tower Hamlets residents (78 per cent) continue to agree that people from different backgrounds get on well together, are positive about most local services, and 69 per cent say that the council is doing a good job.

Respite care for adults

Description
Respite care for adults carers look after family members, a partner or friends in need of help because they are ill, frail or have a disability. If you are a carer, you may also be caring for someone who has a mental health issue or a learning disability
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