Report environmental crime and issues easily to your local authority and have them resolved worldwide!
Thousands of people are using the Love Clean Streets Network to report problems to Local Authorities, why not get involved in helping to clean up your local area. From abandoned cars to water leaks let us know and we will keep you informed of progress.
You can make a report in four easy steps:
1) Find your location (which is detected for you automatically)
2) Take a photo of the problem
3) Select a category and add any other relevant information
Your report will be sent to the relevant authority. You will be kept informed of progress of the report via the application, text or email. You can also check the progress on the Love Clean Streets web site http://www.lovecleanstreets.org.
In partnership with LoveLewisham, Keep Britain Tidy, Veolia Environnement, Pitney Bowes Business Insight, Microsoft UK and Capital Ambition
In app message from Hammersmith & Fulham Council and Love Clean Streets.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good, but room for improvement
App is easy to use and I've reported lots of issues so far. However the app would be more powerful if it could display reported data publicly at a ward level so you can see whether things have been reported in your local area. This would allow you to link reported data to Facebook and resident pages.
My only other gripe is issues get resolved most of the time, but fairly often council claim issues are completed when they are not.
Category selection suggestion
The number of categories is very high and mostly i only need the same one.
Can you include in settings a default category (which then can be overwritten when reporting a new item)?
This way i can create most reports fast each time without having to go through the list of categories. In my street it is mainly flytipping (and its often here).
I really like the idea of reporting environmental problems to the council using a mobile phone - what a great way to connect local residents with services.
To the previous reviewer who said it identifies his location as somewhere in the South Atlantic - I had that problem too, until I gave the app permission to use location services.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.