A Hull City Council worker seen from behind wearing a high-visibility jacket emblazoned with the "Love Your Neighbourhood" logo. In the background is a spring scene in a British street
The Love Your Neighbourhood project continues to make streets cleaner and greener.

Love Your Neighbourhood: Central ward next in line for a tidy-up 

Hull City Council’s Love Your Neighbourhood project will be arriving in the Central ward next week. 

As part of the citywide Love Your Neighbourhood project, Hull’s Central ward will undergo a comprehensive tidy-up from Monday 18 March to Sunday 31 March, leaving streets transformed and residents with a renewed sense of pride in their community. 

Over the two-week period, the team will carry out a range of clear-up tasks, including verge cutting, grounds maintenance, and street cleaning works.   

The streets that will be included are Stepney Lane, Fenchurch Street, Farringdon Street, Station Drive, Temple Street, Pendrill Street, St Hilda Street, and Exchange Street. 

Tidy-up work will include grass verge cutting.

Councillor Julia Conner, Portfolio Holder for Environment, said: “We are thrilled to announce that the next phase of the Love Your Neighbourhood project will take place in the Central ward area. 

“The dedicated team are ready to transform this neighbourhood, to make it a clean and welcoming place for residents to live. 

“We hope everyone in the area will reap the benefits of this wonderful project.” 

Street-cleansing staff have been tackling the Avenues area of Hull.
Street-cleansing staff will be heading to Hull’s Central ward next.

Love Your Neighbourhood is a new citywide tidy-up programme designed to tackle small areas one at a time. 

The team will tidy each area over a two-week period, after which residents should see a noticeable difference in the look and feel of their neighbourhood.  

To keep up-to-date on where the team is going next, visit Love Your Neighbourhood | Hull CC News and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Areas will be announced every two weeks.    

For further information, visit Love your neighbourhood | Love your street | Hull 

Alternatively, email loveyourstreetproject@hullcc.gov.uk 

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