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This summer, you can help keep Camden clean by organising or taking part in a community clean-up.

We want you to join us in our crackdown on littering, dog fouling and fly-tipping as part of the Clean Camden campaign.

So far, you’ve used our online reporting form to tell us about over 100 instances of littering, dog fouling and fly-tipping.

Thank you to everyone who has contacted us. Using your information and evidence we’ve gathered from our own enforcement patrols since the campaign began in November 2013, we’ve achieved the following:

  • Handed out over 600 fixed penalty notices of £80 each to people dropping cigarette butts and other litter.
  • Successfully prosecuted 32 offenders at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court, with those convicted being fined up to £225 plus costs.
  • Reduced the number of black unmarked bags of waste being dumped in Camden Town and south of Euston Road.
  • Held events with police and community wardens to raise awareness about the tough approach we are taking to dog fouling.

Get involved

The money we’ve received from these activities is now being reinvested in community clean-ups, and we’re asking residents and community groups to get involved.

There are already a number of events lined up for this summer across the borough, including litter picking, creating community gardens and tackling dog fouling, and we’re looking for volunteers to take part and organise events in other areas.

While some event dates are still being confirmed, there is a clean-up scheduled in Somers Town on 30 August.

  • Community clean up event, meet at Somers Town Community Centre, 150 Ossulston Street, NW1 1EE at 11am on Saturday 30 August 2014.

Look out for posters in your local area letting you know about a clean-up event where you live. If there isn’t one near you, why not organise one yourself?

Contact us to organise your own clean up event

If you’d like to help organise an event in your area, please contact us at cleancamden@camden.gov.uk.

We can provide litter pickers and gloves, as well as some innovative approaches to reducing dog fouling. We’ll also provide posters to publicise your event.

Over the next few months we are also continuing our work with schools through citizenship events, which teach young people to take responsibility for the cleanliness of their local area.

Our education and enforcement team will be on hand to take action against those responsible for environmental problems.

Reporting hotspots and offenders

Please let us know if you spot a place or person that is undermining our attempts to rid the borough of dog fouling, littering or flying tipping:

You don’t need to give your name, but please do give us as much information as possible including times of day, addresses, a description of the offender, nature of the offence or vehicle registrations. 

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