Wednesday, 18 March 2009

Blitz in figures

Earlier this week the co-ordinated clean-up action was reported.   Based at the King's Hall in South Clerk Street, the action week involves a selection of stalls - Southside Community Council, police, environmental Health, Anti-social behaviour, Spokes, debt/financial advice and others.   You can get tea and coffee and the operation base is open to the public between 10am and 3pm.
Here are the figures illustrating the action taken up to the end of Tuesday. 

100 gullies cleaned out
71 road repairs
5.5 tons of rubbish removed
42 street lighting repairs  (must have been a lot not working!)
83 graffiti removed  (very, vert welcome)
136 police visits to premises
108 crime prevention surveys undertaken
15 road traffic offences detected
30 police visits to licensed premises
139 fire prevention surveys undertaken
131 trade waste inspections
22 street litter control agreements
1 minor uplifts
14 hours of mobile CCTV deployment
56 visitors to Hub at king's Hall
30 schoolchildren involved in litter picks and educational activities



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