Council explain what it is doing to ensure compliance with its own signage policy

Can the council explain what it is doing to ensure compliance with its own signage policy across the district?
Roads Report Issued by: B Martin, Administrative Officer, Roads, Transportation and Public Safety Department: The Roads department ensure that all standard roads signs are in compliance with national policy and standards.
Planning Report Issued by: K Kavanagh, Senior Executive Officer, Planning Department. Unauthorised signage/advertisements depending on the situation, requires a specific response and the use of the most appropriate legislation in that instance.
The relevant legislation includes the Roads Act, the Litter Pollution Act, and the Planning & Development Act. The council uses its powers under the appropriate legislation to have unauthorised signage removed and recover its costs where possible.

Environment Report Issued by: L Dunne, Senior Executive Officer, Environment Department. The Environment section monitors illegal temporary signage. Any such signage is addressed by a litter fine issued by the litter wardens. The Environment section is currently liaising with the Planning section in relation to signage in Newbridge.