The South Bank Clean Team service provides additional cleansing and graffiti removal in the South Bank area providing a flexible, responsive service where it is needed. This ensures the area remains clean and free of graffiti to a standard appropriate to the quality and reputation of the area and in the face of ever increasing footfall.
The Clean Team service operates seven days a week, to ensure the public spaces of South Bank and Waterloo are kept clean and tidy and aims to ensure all graffiti in the area is removed within 24 working hours (or 4 hours if offensive). The Clean Team service also undertakes pavement jet washing, reporting abandoned bikes to be removed and gritting during the winter months as well as a variety of other jobs in the area, including polishing street furniture, weeding and clearing landscaped borders, putting up posters and maintaining signage.
The South Bank Clean Team is funded by London Eye S106, the South Bank Bid and private contributions from the South Bank Centre, BFI, NT, Coin Street Community Builders, HB Reavis, LCR, White House Management, County Hall Apartments Management, ITV, National Theatre, SHELL, IBM and King’s College London.
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