Clean Streets Partnership
The Clean Streets Partnership (CSP) is about your business working with our Street Environment Officers to plan and introduce ways to reduce litter and waste around your premises to keep the City streets clean.
Your business can benefit from the scheme in a number of ways, including:
- Help you towards ensuring compliance with waste legislation
- Meet your Corporate Social Responsibilities by doing your bit for the environment
- Demonstrate good cleansing practices makes you a role model for neighbouring businesses
- You receive ten free pocket pouches for disposing of gum and cigarette butts.
Signing up is simple.
If you would like to speak to a Street Environment Officer, please call 020 7332 4970.
Our Street Environment Officers offer free advice and support on best practice in managing waste and litter, whenever you need it.
The Clean Streets Partnership Award
The Clean Streets Partnership Award has been created to recognise businesses that have made a strong commitment to maintaining a clean and pleasant area around their business premises.
The prestigious Clean Street Partnership award for 2020-2021 was presented to the Mission to Seafarers and St James Garlickhythe at a virtual award ceremony on 22 March. For more information on how your business could participate in the Clean Street Partnership please contact the Street Environment Team. For more information on the Clean City Awards Scheme please visit Clean City Awards.
Data collection and use
The City of London Corporation is a data controller, responsible for compliance with the relevant Data Protection requirements for processing personal data. The personal data you have provided on this occasion i.e. your name and contact details, will be used solely for the purposes of administering the Clean Streets Partnership. More detailed privacy information, including information about your rights, is available on our Privacy Notice.
If you have any queries about how your personal information is managed by us, please email the Built Environment information team.