Don’t just take our word for it! Here’s some of the things our clients have said about our work.
"Our partnership with Keep Britain Tidy has been very positive and extremely productive.
Having an independent organisation, particularly one with the expertise and experience of Keep Britain Tidy, carrying out this sort of survey has enabled us to gain important statistical data about the area but, more importantly to us, has given us an insight into residents’ perceptions of their local environment which will enable us to better engage the local community and to work with them to bring about some real change."
Jeff Buck, Neighbourhood Support Manager, Nottingham Neighbourhood Development Company
Click here to read more about our research with Nottingham Neighbourhood Development Company.
"This survey has succeeded in identifying a link between actual standards of local environmental quality and the public's perception and satisfaction with these standards. The survey will prove to be a valuable tool in helping us move our work forward.
It has already enabled Capital Standards to engage with a wider set of stakeholders and to target our programme of work and initiatives more effectively, such as the London wide Capital Clean-up campaign.
Keep Britain Tidy dealt professionally with every aspect of the research from planning stages to final debrief and produced a quality report."
Kenny Wilks, Acting Chair, Capital Standards
Click here to read our report, London: Its People and their Litter.
"The results of the survey are extremely useful in determining priorities for work in this area and in looking at ways we could do things more efficiently or with better results.
It provides us with valuable information on how the people living in this area feel about where they live and view and use the services and resources provided, highlighting any areas we need to look at in future."
Miriam Biran, Street Scene Liaison Officer, Oldham New Deal for Communities (NDC)
“The partnership with KBT has and continues to be a valuable one. Agencies such as these are a valuable source of information and networking.
The research carried out by Keep Britain Tidy on Wom Brook Walk was instructive and a useful guide for the management plan objectives. Such research is essential for us to identify our customers and their aspirations for the site, independents such as these are able to gather and collate information that we as a council may well find difficult.”
Howard Medlicott, Landscape Manager for South Staffordshire Council