Getting on top of Treaty Street tipping

Dsc00947The area around the electricity substation on Treaty Street has long been a black hole for tipping – ownership of the land is unclear so is responsibility for cleaning it.  See  here for past tipping problems.  The spot is right next to a school too.  Working through the network set up by the North Kings Cross Environmental Taskgroup Chris Demetriou at ICSL has helped to resolve the situation working with the school- the picture shows it looking nice and clean.  And here is a ‘before’ shot.

Treaty_st_demet

Well done, let’s hope it stays this way.  Chris’s email is below.

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Please could you ensure that area around the electricity substation in Treaty Street is swept to a high standard on Tuesday. Governor Stevens at the Copenhagen Primary School will ask his Premises Manager to keep the area clean thereafter, I will also ask our Clean Team to regularly maintain the area. SEO’s will also monitor the dumping in the area.
If possible I would also appreciate your teams assistance in maintain the area on an ad-hoc basis.
Please see attached photographs of the area in it’s present state.
Thank you
Chris

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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