The Hill > Environment

Telegraph Hill, as all who love it know, is a lovely part of London, blessed with wide streets, abundant trees, its own park and elegant Victorian houses - all the more reason to be alarmed when its environment is under threat.

Perhaps the most persistent problem is that recently, the amount of rubbish dumped on the pavements - household refuse, discarded white goods, furniture and so on - (see right for some examples in Jerningham and Musgrove Roads) has been on the increase.

There are other problems, of course, and the links on the left are intended as a compendium of information about the Council's services. They do a pretty good job of getting it cleared, usually within a couple of days, and always pursue persistent offenders with a view to prosecution. A list of the Council's environmental services can be found here.

If there's anything you think is missing, please email.

Flytipping

Graffiti

Fridges and freezers

Abandoned cars

Recycling (general)

Landmann Way Recycling Centre

Roads

Planning