Do you know which council empties your dustbins, runs the Marlow Library, owns the allotments, repairs broken lights, owns and runs the cemetery and chapel, or is responsible for Higginson Park?
It’s not always easy to find out who is responsible for what and this can sometimes be very frustrating. The information below is designed to point you in the right direction.
Marlow Town Council is responsible for:
- Events such as: Remembrance Day Service & Parade, Carols on the Causeway, Switch on and Shop, Celebrate Marlow, Mayor’s Civic Service, and the Mayor’s Charity Golf Day
- Two allotment sites – Hanging Hill and Foxes Piece
- The cemetery at Wethered Road
- May Balfour Gardens in Institute Road
- Marlow town bus service
- Shopmobility available in Marlow at the Court Garden Leisure Centre
- Advertising banners across both the High Street and Spittal Street
- Gossmore Recreation Ground
- Seymour Park including the play area
- Riley Park and Campbell Road play areas
- Grass and hedge cutting in designated areas
- Removal of flyposters and illegal signs on public highways and attached to street furniture
- Contribution towards Marlow’s Police Community Support Officers
You can contact us directly through our website here: Contact Marlow Town Council
Telephone 01628 484024
Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @MarlowTC
Buckinghamshire Council is responsible for:
- Trading Standards
- Transport for Bucks, highways, pavements, street lighting
- Highways and public footpath repair and maintenance
- Social care, adult and children’s services
- Household waste sites
- Higginson Park, upkeep and maintenance
- Court Garden Leisure Centre
- Car parks – Court Garden, Dean Street, Institute Road, Liston Road, Riley Road, Gossmore Recreation
- Planning applications and building controls
- Environmental health
- Street trading
- Street name signs
- Public toilets and litter bins
- Bin collection and pest control
You can report a missed bin collection by clicking on the link below:
They have a handy range of online tools to report problems.
You can report potholes, problems with street lighting, highways issues, and report issues and complaints with public transport. You can also apply for a whole range of licences from planting shrubs on council-owned land to placing a skip on the road.
Telephone 01296 383500
All local planning applications are available to view by clicking on the link below.
Telephone 01494 461000