Planning and Licensing

Due to essential maintenance works, Public Access will be unavailable for periods over the weekend of 19th and 20th August 2017.

Dead Animals

Dead Domestic Animals

When a dead domestic animal is found on the public highway we, in partnership with our contractor Veoila will remove the animal and take it to a local vets.

The vets will take in the animal, scan it for microchip details and keep the animal until collection is arranged.

All of this information is logged ready for when an enquiry is made about this animal.

Dead Non-Domestic Animals

Dead animals on the public highway can be reported to us and clearance will be arranged by Veolia. Dead non-domestic animals in a resident’s garden will also be collected by Veolia by prior arrangement, please report this to us so that this can be arranged. If the animal can be bagged up prior to arrival that would greatly assist us.

Please report any dead non-domestiuc animals issues using our online forms on MySouthend. Alternatively, why not register for MySouthend where you can manage and keep track of your reports online and have control to get the information you need, without having to call or visit us. When you register with MySouthend you will receive updates on the progress of your report. Register, or sign in to your MySouthend account. If you need some help with the registration process please see our registration guide.

Page last updated: 19/05/2017