Church Ward Councillors have been using the Love Clean Reading app across the wars to help get pavements fixed (Foxhays Road), removing fly tipping (Whitley Wood Road/Northumberland Avenue), removing abandoned trolleys and repairing damaged garages. Please download the app and help the Council’s street care team keep on top of cleaning our town.
Love Clean Reading
Love Clean Reading Updates
Councillors have been around the Ward using the Love Clean Reading app this month. Issues to sort (or have been already) include an abandoned trolley by Whitley library, fly tipping by the Highmead close garages and a broken bin on the Litton Road alley way. Love clean Reading is the easiest way to direct Council services to where they are most needed so please download the app and help us keep your area tidy.
Councillors have been using the Love clean Reading app to speed up the process of getting cases and information to the Council to help solve. Recent successful cases have included a traffic bollard on Hartland road being replaced, new bins on Whitley Wood Road (by the take away and junction with Hartland road) and at the entrance to Shinfield road rec, overgrown verges being cut back on Benson close, fly tipping being removed from the Litton road alleyway and over grown grass cut at the garages behind Foxhays road. The Love clean Reading app can be downloaded from app stores or found here.
There have been many recent successes after residents had raised concerns with Councillors. Recent successes from Councillors speaking to residents have included a change to the settings on the Leighton Park lights (which was proving a nuisance to houses opposite), a new dog bin installed to Shinfield Park by Willow Gardens, removal of some over grown trees on Hollydale Close and the installation of signs on Sycamore Road concerning a spate of bushes being damaged in the summer months. Contacting the Council via Love Clean Reading or through your local Councillors is the quickest way to get issues sorted.
Recently your Councillors have been out and about in the Ward and have logged some cases for the Council to work on. These include fly tipping in the alley way by Litton Road, rubbish by the garages behind Barnsdale Road and a full bin by Poplar gardens. If you want to download the app to help the Council keep on top of the work or to keep updated with cases please look at : http://loveclean.reading.gov.uk/reports
Recently Reading Borough Council Teams have been out in Church Ward armed with brooms, brushes, dustcarts, graffiti cleaning equipment and hedgecutters. This has been to give your roads a deep clean as part of a new initiative called ‘Love Clean Reading.’ Roads completed include Foxhays Road, Holberton Road and parts of Northumberland Avenue. Roads that will receive a Deep clean in the next month include Linden Road and the top of Blagdon Road.
Work included street sweeping, verge edging, gulley emptying, weeding, tree pruning and clearing vegetation. Residents and local businesses also have the opportunity to feedback to get their views on how effective the work was. If a deep clean has taken place on your street recently let us know what you think and fill in the form below.
The work being carried out by the Council as part of the Love Clean Reading initiative is in addition to the Council’s regular street cleaning and maintenance programme. Your Labour team in Church committed to improving the environment in your ward.
The Love Clean Reading app allows residents and Councillors to spot and inform Council workers where there are issues of litter and the like in the Ward. You can view recent reports and completed work here:
If you would like to download the app (available on Android or iphone) and help us keep the Ward clean and tidy, pleased download here: