Litter and Green Space is a Londoners’ Priority
26 May 2011
24% of Londoners have cited litter as a priority in the Greater London Authorities’ Annual London Survey.
The topline results also included an increased concern by residents, for the conservation of green spaces. This has risen from 8% in 2010 to 23% in 2011.
The London Survey is a major annual opinion survey of Londoners, commissioned by the Mayor and the Greater London Authority. It aims to gauge residents’ opinions of key issues such as crime, the environment and transport to help inform policy-making and the setting of strategic priorities.
Jill Partington, spokesperson, Keep Britain Tidy said: “It is very encouraging to see that local environmental quality is a priority for Londoners. We know that the condition of community spaces ranks highly as an issue, and welcome moves to highlight this as a key public concern.”
Read the report.