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Flyposting and Unauthorised Signs

Devon County Council has a policy to remove unauthorised signs from the roadside in accordance with Section 132 of the Highways Act. Discretion is exercised in town and village centres with regards to displays and goods outside local shops, and with local fetes and charitable events, but if the sign obstructs the pavement or cycleway and results in a significant hazard to pedestrians, or interferes with visibility for vehicles, it will be removed.

For more information please select the following link:

If you would like to report an unauthorised sign or make a claim, please select the online fault reporting form .

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For emergencies please contact the Highway Operations Control Centre (24 hours) Tel : 01392 383329

If you have a comment, query or request about road and pavement repairs in Devon please contact your nearest Area Highway Management Office by selecting your area from the map.

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