New Case Study: Brighton Road, London Borough of Kingston
One of the key objectives for Councils in urban areas is securing clean recycling from every household, and properties like flats above shops that don’t have room to store bins safely present a particular challenge. Bagged refuse has to be put out on the pavement for collection, which looks very unsightly and leaves it at risk of being torn open by animals.
The London Borough of Kingston Upon Thames in West London has been looking into ways to provide effective domestic waste facilities for residents living in flatted accommodation in the Brighton Road area, along with finding a solution to fly-tipping and side waste issues – which caused an undesirable impact on the neighbourhood, as well as regular costly caretaking inputs for removal. Read more.