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Related postcode regions for blocked drains in Brighton: BN1, BN2, BN3, BN5, BN6, BN7, BN8, BN9, BN10, BN41, BN42, BN43, BN44, BN50, BN51, BN52
Blocked drains Brighton: Private external drains
Blocked drains on private property in Brighton are normally the responsibility of the homeowner. This includes both internal drains (sinks, toilets, baths/showers etc) as well as the drains that take drainage waste from private households towards the sewer network. As a general rule, if the blocked drain in Brighton occurs within the boundary of a private property (e.g. drainage pipe in garden), and it isn’t part of a shared drainange network, then it is normally the responsibility of the homeowner in Brighton.
Blocked drains in Brighton: Public Drains and Gullies
Blocked gullies and public drains in Brighton are normally the responsibility of the local council. Public drains are drains that are not on public property, such as drains for road gullies. You can report a blocked gully through the Brighton and Hove City Council Website. If you think there is a problem with a blocked gully in Brighton and Hove you can contact City Clean: Hollingdean Depot, Hollingdean Lane, Brighton East Sussex. Telephone: (01273) 292929.
Please note: All problems relating to blocked household drainage systems in Brighton are normally either the responsibility of the homoeowner (if the blockage is a private drain i.e. on private property) or the local water authority (if it relates to a public sewer).
Blocked public sewers in Brighton
Blockages to public sewers in Brighton are the responsibility of the local water authority.
Brighton sewerage network supplier: Southern Water
Southern water are responsible for the maintenance and repair of public sewers throughout Brighton.
If you suspect the blockage is in a public sewer, or are not sure whether it is your responsibility, you can contact Southern Water (0330 303 0368) and they will try to find who is responsible for the sewer.