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Providing Census 2011 information and in-depth knowledge and data for the communities within the borough.
How we collect, use and share your personal information.
The Deal is an informal agreement between the council and everyone who lives or works here to work together to create a better borough.
Registering a death, bereavement support and the tell us once service.
Dementia friendly communities, useful resources to help people with dementia and places to go.
An online tool to help developers with all aspects of the housing development process.
Free online resources and learning to develop yours and your family's digital skills.
Our Digital Advisor is available to support your business to become more digital savvy and upskill your workforce.
What we are doing to help residents and businesses use digital services.
Apply for or renew a blue badge, where to park and getting disabled bay markings outside your home.
Apply and find out if you are entitled to any council tax discounts, reductions and exemptions.
If you don't agree with a decision we have made on your Council Tax, Housing Benefit or Council Tax Reduction you can raise a dispute or appeal.
Report any dog issues - lost, stray, dangerous dogs, information on dog fouling.
Advice and support for people experiencing domestic abuse.
Reviewing the circumstances of the death of a person aged 16 or over from violence, abuse or neglect.
Help and advice on who is responsible for drains, sewers and culverts in Wigan Borough.
What to do if people park across your driveway, apply to construct dropped kerbs or have driveway access markings.
Helping young people aged 18 and under to address risky behaviour linked to substance misuse.
Access support and treatment for adults concerned about their own or someone else's drug problem.
Open to all young people aged 14-24, the Duke of Edinburgh's Award lets you get involved in exciting activities.
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