Regular readers will know of the hard work by the Council's environmental crime unit to tackle graffiti vandalism in Kings Cross. We have had one grafitti related death in the area and hundreds of tags removed. The canal is now transformed thanks to the innovative Council/British Waterways grafitti destroyer. Reporting graffiti through Contact Islington means that it does get dealt with and the Council doesn't charge for it (unlike Camden). I have just been sent a link to the new grafitti hotline site which brings together news on grafitti issues, the law etc. It's got a commercial angle but seems like a handy resource for people interested in tackling grafitti.
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