Site Help Brentwood Borough Council has tried to make this site easy for anyone to use, from experienced Internet users to complete beginners, but if you are stuck, this section is here to help you.
Getting around the site:
The start page is known as the home page. This website has been divided into 4 home pages: I am a Resident; I am a Business; My Council and News. The default home page is the I am a Resident home page. From these pages you will be able to access all of the sections of this site.
By clicking on the brentwood.gov.uk logo at the top of each page will get you back to the start page.
Each home page is divided into several areas: top tasks, lead story, main sections, search, A-Z search and the Council's contact details.
From the Main Sections of the website you will be able to find most of the information contained within the site. The main sections are then subdivided into additional sections, which are displayed on the right hand side of the page. These sections are often subdivided again. If you go to the wrong page use the Back button on your browser or use the Main Sections listed at the foot of each page.
You can search from any page of the site by typing a word to look for the information you need in specific areas of the site or by using the A-Z search, which will link you directly to the area you specify.
Council's contact details
The Council's main contact details are displayed at the foot of every page. On line contact can be made via the links provided under the heading Contact Us.
At the top of the home pages are the most important Council news stories of the day.
Press releases (available from the News home page)
These are the Council's most recent press releases.
These are divided into 4 types: Ask; Do; Find and Say and are linked to some pages and on line forms within this website.
On the right hand side of many of the pages you will find publications (pdf documents) for additional reading on the chosen subject. For further information on pdf documents please see below.
On the right hand side of many pages you may find links to other related websites for additional information on the chosen subject.
Saving this site to your Favourites
To add this page to your Favourites use Favourites > add to favourites > and then name the page something that you will remember like Brentwood Borough Council.
A cookie is a small information file stored on your hard disk by a web site, so that it can remember something about you at a later time. No personal data is stored as part of this process.
PDF stands for Portable Document Format. It's a way of publishing documents on the web while retaining their original appearance. You need a program called Adobe Acrobat to read these files. This is available to download free of charge at www.adobe.com/uk/support/new.html.
If you have any questions about this site, or you find something that we haven't covered in this section that you would like to know about, use our email@example.com and we will do our best to answer your questions.