About our clean neighbourhood officers
The officers work to reduce the incidence of environmental crime and improve the cleanliness of neighbourhoods. They do this through both enforcement and education aiming to reduce the incidence of problems such as fly-tipping, dog fouling, littering, graffiti and also abandoned or untaxed vehicles.
The officers aim to help communities to improve the cleanliness of their own neighbourhoods by assisting with community litter picks, litter volunteers and other relevant campaigns. Please feel free to contact them to discuss any of these issues.
Each officer also supervises a team of street cleansing operatives who in turn are allocated an area of the borough to maintain to an agreed standard of cleanliness.
We often refer to the east and west side of the borough. We use the A447 as the dividing line between the two sides of the borough.
- To remove reported dog fouling within one working day
- To remove reported offensive graffiti within one working day
- To remove reported non-offensive graffiti within two to five working days
- To remove reported fly tips within two to five working days
- To remove reported abandoned vehicles within five working days
We have looked at the best practice from across the country and together with the results from the 2010 consultation we have developed the document which can be downloaded below:
More information on national campaigns is available on the Keep Britain Tidy website
Last updated: 21/11/2016 15:10