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Information about the Data Protection Act and the requirements placed upon organisations when collecting and storing data.
The Council will remove certain dead animals from public land or a public highway for free.
We recognise that it is a difficult time when somebody dies.
The Fenland Local Plan (May 2014) and the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Minerals and Waste Plan comprise Fenland's Development Plan. Collectively, they set out policies that the Council uses to make decisions on planning applications.
The latest information on the devolution proposals for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
Disabled Facilities Grants
Helping you to stay in your home. If you are a homeowner, a tenant with a disability, or someone living with you is disabled, you may be able to get help with adaptations to make your home suitable for your needs.
Discounts and Exemptions
You may be eligible for a discount (known as Council Tax Reduction/Support) on your Council Tax. In certain cases your property may be exempt.
Doddington Parish Council
Contact details for Doddington Parish Council.
Dog Control Orders and Dog Fouling
Information about our dog control orders, how they will affect you and the enforcement of them in Fenland.
It is illegal to let your dog (or one in your care) foul on designated land and fail to clean up after it. We can fine people responsible £75 through a Fixed Penalty Notice and can take owners to court.
How to deal with noisy, stray or dangerous dogs.
Find out who is responsible for fixing a blocked drain and how to report flooding.
Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) Dog Consultation
The Government has introduced new legislation to control dogs in public spaces which is known as Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) and we have to decide how to apply this new legislation within Fenland. The current Dog Control Orders were implemented in October 2012 and we have found them to be a successful way of managing dog issues in our parks and open spaces. However, from October 2017 the Dog Control Orders will expire and Fenland District Council will no longer be able to enforce dog issues without implementing a PSPO.