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The Early Intervention service supports both adults and children with disabilities and their families.
Read full digital copies of your favourite magazines for free and find out where to get free ebooks.
Information on educational support, schools, alternative education and more.
What the EBIU do, the services we offer and how to log in to access support.
Advice and support for parents to help young people progress in education, positive mental health, personal and social development.
Election results from previous years.
Local, by-elections, parish, UK, European, and police and crime commissioner elections.
Emergency council contacts and other organisations to call in an emergency.
Emerging Plans
We can offer you help and support to bring your empty home back to life.
In support of the government's initiative to tackle the shortfall in national housing and to ensure our council tax data is accurate, we are undertaking a review of our empty residential properties.
Energy advice
Government announced the Energy Bills Support Scheme Alternative Funding (EBSS AF), the scheme will be targeted at households that missed out on the £400 Energy bills support scheme.
Since 1 April 2020 all domestic private rented properties must have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) of at least band E.
'Friends of' and 'In Bloom' groups need your help to keep our parks and green spaces maintained for everyone to enjoy.
Environmental crime can be fly-tipping, fly posting, dog fouling and abandoned cars, and if you are prosecuted for any of these then you will receive a fixed penalty notice.
Food hygiene and safety for businesses, pollution and private water supplies, and pest control guidance.
Pests, land, noise and air pollution, dog control and food hygiene standards.
Read our policies and priorities on equality, diversity and cohesion in Wigan Borough.
Specialist equipment and home adaptations to help you live independently.
Find out about the Council's Ethical Lettings Agency for local landlords, investors and developers.
Apply to hold an event on the public highway, such as parades or walking days.
Find out what you can do if your landlord is harassing you or forcing you to leave your home.
If you intend to dig into a public road, you will need to apply for a Section 50 licence.
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