Cleansing

June Cleansing Report

Our cleaning team has been busy throughout June with more and more people having returned to their offices and enjoying the warmer weather.

04/07/2022

BID Lead
Sabrina Shutter

Our cleaning team has been busy throughout June with more and more people having returned to their offices and enjoying the warmer weather by eating and sitting in the city’s many outdoor areas. Therefore, one of the teams focuses was the areas around the harbourside and supporting levy paying businesses by jet washing and deep cleaning their outdoor areas for customers to enjoy.

The warmer and dryer weather also saw an increase in levy payer requests asking for assistance with a wide range of matters including pigeon mess, overflowing bins, fly tipping, broken glass, general litter, vomit, and unwanted graffiti.

There was again a notable amount of graffiti across the city centre with a total of 175 items in 71 different locations which the team removed promptly and efficiently.

Please help reduce unwanted graffiti in our beloved city by reporting illegal graffiti to the police via their online reporting system.

Report Illegal Graffiti

Don’t hesitate to contact us with any unwanted graffiti you need removing or any other cleansing issues you need support with.

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