Hammersmith in clean-up drive

The London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham Council has begun a campaign highlighting its efforts to improve the district’s streets.

The year-long media relations-based drive, which started last week, is the latest phase of the council’s Smarter Borough Initiative.

Council head of press Louise Raisey said: ‘We are highlighting a multi-million-pound programme of street repairs and a programme of increased street sweeping in the evenings and weekends when people notice it more.’

The council is removing graffiti, and chewing gum, and moving street furniture such as bins to ensure the streets look tidy, said Raisey.

The council is also asking the public to inform it of environmental nuisances such as graffiti.

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