The Big Pride in Our Community Spring Clean-up saw sustained activity from Telford and Wrekin Council to make the borough clean, green and safe.
Latest update from Telford and Wrekin Council Newsroom:
“Teams were out to cutting grass, strimming vegetation, managing shrub beds, emptying bins, picking up litter, sweeping roads and cycleways, enforcing standards and issuing fines to those who litter and fly tip.
- 26,041 litter bins were emptied.
- 11.5 million square meters of grass have been cut.
- 930,432 linear meters of kerb edges have been swept.
- 5 Fixed Penalty Notices were issued for fly tip offences.
- 1 Fixed Penalty Notice issued for littering, 11 Penalty Charge Notices for littering from a vehicle.
- 760 dog foul and littering patrols were carried out. 305 dog fouls were removed.
- 3 days of action were held to clean and clear-up Dawley, Hollinswood, Hadley & Leegomery.
The work was carried out as part of the council’s Pride in Our Community programme, which invests £50 million to keep our neighbourhoods clean, green, and safe all year round.”
Cllr Lee Carter (Labour), Telford and Wrekin Council cabinet member for neighbourhood, commercial services and regeneration, said:
“Our council teams were out this spring working hard to keep our neighbourhoods clean, green and safe, as part of our commitment to creating a better borough.
“This work makes a real difference to our borough, and the efforts contribute to making Telford and Wrekin a great place to live.
“We know that people want to live in areas where parks, streets, and open spaces are looked after.
“This work has been a dual effort between ourselves and residents.
“I’d like to say a big thank you to our residents and street volunteers who turned out for the Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British Spring Clean.
“Each resident that has run up a report on work that needs to be done has also helped us to keep the borough clean, green and safe.
“The work does not end here, our teams will continue to work through the summer, and Residents can always report issues to the council on our website.”
Issues can be reported online to Telford & Wrekin Council – search ‘report it Telford’ or you can download the My Telford App.
Quoted from Telford and Wrekin Council’s online newsroom. Original article can be found here: Newsroom – Telford & Wrekin’s Big Spring Clean is completed
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