Local authorities design and develop public buildings and spaces and renovate historic buildings to provide libraries, community centres, cultural spaces and heritage attractions.
Local authorities may cut grass in public parks, open green spaces, along roadsides, on roundabouts and in authorised housing estates.
You must apply to the local authority for a permit if you want to erect a memorial plaque, tree or bench to honour a person, group of people or significant event.
Local authorities preserve historical and cultural monuments by carrying out cleaning, landscaping and conservation works.
Local authorities landscape and maintain public parks and open spaces by planting trees, shrubs and flowers, cutting grass and controlling weeds to improve the appearance of these public spaces.
Local authorities may decorate public spaces with floral displays, trees, flags, decorations and lights for public events, festivals and Christmas.
Local authorities may provide and maintain seats, planters, cycle stands and decorative lighting on public streets and in public parks and playgrounds to improve the area.
Local authorities provide and maintain nameplates on public streets and in local authority housing estates.
Local authorities may plant, prune and fell tree in public parks, open green spaces, along roadsides, on roundabouts and in authorised housing estates to protect and maintain them.