Street Waste Action Team (SWAT)

The Street Waste Action Team (SWAT) has been formed to tackle problems around rubbish dumping, particularly around communal on-street bins. Achieving permanent behavioural change to improve the street scene will be of utmost importance. The aims of the project are:

  • to substantially reduce rubbish dumping on your streets
  • to ensure all residents are aware of how and when to dispose of their rubbish and recycling
  • to ensure residents understand the best ways to report problems to us so they can be tackled quickly and effectively

Target areas

Wards already visited:

  • Hyde Park
  • Vincent Square​
  • Tachbrook
  • Warwick

Next engagement area:

  • Bayswater

Local events and street visits

Our team will be visiting properties to inform residents of how to dispose of their waste and recycling correctly.

We will be holding a series of drop-in events where you can come and ask any questions about dumping or cleansing related issues:

  • Tuesday 8 January 2019 from 9am at St Stephens Gardens junction with Westbourne Park Road
  • Tuesday 15 January 2019 from 9am in Porchester Square Gardens - Westminster’s animal warden will also be in attendance to discuss any welfare issues residents have
  • Saturday 19 January 2019 from 9am in Queensway junction with Westbourne Grove, next to the public toilets

If you would like any further information about the SWAT project, please email swat@westminster.gov.uk.


Last updated: 10 January 2019
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