How clean a city is makes a huge difference to the quality of life of local people. We all want to live in places that are clean, green and safe. It also affects how attractive a city is to visitors and businesses.
Each ward of the City has a Neighbourhood Response Team responsible for the day-to-day cleaning of the city's streets and public spaces.
As well as providing a range of services to keep streets and open spaces clean, the Council will take legal action against people responsible for fly tipping, fly posting, graffiti, litter and dog fouling.
Top tasks in this section
- Report Graffiti, Dog Fouling, Litter, removal of animal carcasses >
- Private Sewer Transfer > The government has announced that private sewers and lateral drains are to transfer ownership from private individuals to water and sewerage companies (from 1st October 2011). The transfer will include all drains and sewers that are connected to the current public sewerage system.
Pages in this section
- Fixed Penalty Notice >
- Flyposting >
- Fly Posting Regulations >
- Graffiti >
- Littering >
- Neighbourhood Environmental Action Teams >
- Neighbourhood Response Manager and Localised Services >
- Neighbourhood Response Teams >
- Neighbourhood Wardens >
- Public health - drainage >
- Public toilets >
- Removal of Animal Carcasses >
- Spillage - roads >
- Street cleaning programme >
- Street Litter >