The estate caretakers carry out litter picking, low level ground maintenance, removal of needles and check communal areas of blocks of flats.
With the exception of Griffith John Street, they do not currently undertake cleaning duties unless there is a spillage that cannot be easily cleaned by a resident and the area may become a hazard to other users. However, regular cleaning of communal areas to blocks of flats is under consideration.
For those who live in flats, the entrance and external areas to your block of flats gives the first and lasting impression to your visitors. Whilst the common areas are used by all residents living in the block, and are open to visitors, if you live in a block of flats your tenancy conditions state that you have responsibility to keep them clean and tidy.
Our aim is to help residents in the blocks to maintain these areas to the best possible condition at all times. Extra cleaning of communal blocks will only be provided if an area becomes unsanitary, or there is a spillage that cannot be easily cleaned by a resident, and the area may become a hazard to other users. In such cases residents should contact their local district housing office.
Report fly-tipping/mess/litter/syringes/offensive graffiti
Contact any of the area housing offices.