Information on Wolverhampton Register Office and our service standards.
Local authorities have a duty to tackle dangerous parking and the Traffic Management Act 2004 allows councils to enforce parking contraventions by CCTV camera in problem areas.
If you disagree with a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN), you can challenge it online.
If you've been served with a parking fine - Penalty Charge Notice (PCN), you can pay in a number of ways.
Your Penalty Charge Notice may be a different charge to another dependent on the type of contravention that occurred.
Your council tax money contributes to many Wolverhampton services.
The Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) monitors the performance of Wolverhampton's planning policies and the extent to which we are meeting the targets set out in the LDS.
View the Unitary Development Plan (UDP) and the online Wolverhampton Proposals Map.
The Black Country Core Strategy forms part of the Development Plan for the city.
View the current Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) and Brownfield Register (Part 1)
Supplementary Planning Documents (SPD) give advice on topic areas such as residential development, and access for people with disabilities. Development Briefs provide detailed planning guidance for the development of specific sites.
You are entitled to arrange a funeral in a number of ways as long as you fulfil some basic legal requirements.
Evidence and studies which have been used to inform and develop the Local Plan documents.
The Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) sets out when and how the council will involve communities and other key partners in the planning process.