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Mid Summer Clean-up Review and Litter Policy

Meeting: 16/11/2010 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Neighbourhoods and Housing. (Item 26)

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This report provides the Executive Member for Neighbourhoods and Housing with a summary of the work undertaken during June under the banner of the Mid-Summer Clean-up Campaign. The report also asks the Executive Member to consider the options in the report and endorse a plan for a ‘Spring Clean’ Campaign for 2011 within the overall anti-litter policy statement.

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Decision:

RESOLVED:             That the Executive Member endorsed the plan for a ‘Spring Clean’ Campaign for 2011 within the overall anti-litter policy statement.

 

REASON:                  There will be significant environmental and Safer City implications that will benefit the City and its residents.

Minutes:

The Executive Member considered a report which summarised the work undertaken during June under the banner of the Mid Summer Clean Up Campaign. It outlined how Officers engaged with the voluntary sector and communities and how this led to the development of the proposed Anti-Litter Strategy.

 

Officers outlined the report and advised that the work undertaken built on the York Pride programme and that progress had been made towards the performance indicators and increasing the levels of satisfaction with local cleanliness.

 

A similar campaign would be run next year but in March and April and would be named the ‘Spring Clean’ which would again focus on the city centre, back lanes, riverside walks and open spaces. Officers advised that this campaign should be run in a more structured way and for a longer period of time alongside the anti litter policy.

 

The Executive Member was happy to approve the Spring Clean alongside the Anti-Litter Policy and hoped that the Press would  be offering support for the campaign as they did for the Mid-Summer Clean Up.

 

RESOLVED:             That the Executive Member endorsed the plan for a ‘Spring Clean’ Campaign for 2011 within the overall anti-litter policy statement.

 

REASON:                  There will be significant environmental and Safer City implications that will benefit the City and its residents.


 

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