ICCQ (Improving Croft and Cowpen Quay) mini site

Welcome to the ICCQ (Improving Croft and Cowpen Quay) section of the site. This area is dedicated to a local resident led charity that continues the work of the Neighbourhood Management Pathfinder Initiative for the Croft ward of Blyth. We are a partnership, involving local residents from the area with a range of local organisations aiming to improve the local neighbourhood and keep it a safe and pleasant place to live.

You can download our latest PDF Bulletin sent out to residents here - ICCQ Bulletin APRIL 2016

18/03/2016 by 
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Nobody likes to see litter in our streets. It makes them look scruffy and untidy, is bad for the environment and costs a lot to deal with. At Northumberland County Council we take this issue very seriously. See below for details of how we take a pro-active approach to preventing and responding to this problem. But remember you’ve also got a responsibility to help keep Croft litter free...

What we have agreed...

Northumberland County Council WILL:

  • Litter pick your area on a targeted basis to supplement regular litter picking
  • Provide public litter bins where appropriate
  • Mechanically sweep your streets on a monthly schedule
  • Sweep and litter pick the main roads and verges
  • Provide additional litter picking where litter hotspots are identified on a targeted basis
  • Carry out regular litter patrols and issue fixed penalty notices to offenders

Residents' Responsibilities:

  • Not drop litter (remember chewing gum and cigarette ends are litter too)
  • Use public bins and encourage others to do the same
  • Report streets that get badly littered between sweeps
  • Let Northumberland County Council on 01670 627 000 know if a litter bin has been damaged
  • Report to Northumberland County Council on 01670 627 000 any public bins that have not been emptied or are over flowing

Your Street Reps suggest:
"Local organisations work with Probation services and others to organise litter picks. Find out how to get in touch with them by calling 01670 627 000 for information."

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  • Email

    info@blythtown.net

  • Phone

    01670 542854

  • Mailing Address

    Suite G10, Blyth CEC
    Ridley Street, Blyth
    Northumberland, NE24 3AG