Love Clean Streets 17+


    • 4.5 • 3.5K Ratings
    • Free

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Love Clean Streets enables you to report environmental issues, such as fly-tipping, dog mess or potholes, quickly and directly to your local authority in a four step process, for free.

1) See a problem
2) Open the Love Clean Streets app
3) Take a picture, your location is automatically detected and displays the authorities colours if they’re in the Love Clean Streets Family
4) Enter some basic information and post the report – in seconds!

Your report is then sent directly to the relevant authority to deal with. You will be kept informed of the progress of your report via the app and email.

The Love Clean Streets family incorporates the following local authorities and their previous apps but you can use Love Clean Streets to report anywhere else too:
Lancashire County Council - Report It Go
London Borough of Croydon - Don’t Mess with Croydon
London Borough of Newham – Love Newham
London Borough of Haringey – Our Haringey and Homes for Haringey
London Borough of Camden – Clean Camden
London Borough of Ealing – Ealing 24/7
London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham – H&F Report it
London Borough of Havering – Love Havering
London Borough of Islington – Clean Islington
London Borough of Lewisham - Cleaner Lewisham
Wolverhampton – Report It
Rushmoor – Love Rushmoor
The Island of Jersey – Love Jersey
Reading – Love Clean Reading
Leicester – Love Leicester
Great Yarmouth – Report It GY
Luton – Luton Council
Eastbourne & Lewes – Report It
Burnley Council - Love Burnley
Syston Town Council

By reporting an issue, you will make your street a cleaner, happier place to live.

By using the service, the council are able to save time and money.

Love Clean Streets is the only app recommended and supported by Keep Britain Tidy, Keep Scotland Beautiful, Keep Wales Tidy and Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful

For help and support visit

What’s New

Version 5.16.0

Underlying software, architecture and technical updates.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
3.5K Ratings

3.5K Ratings

kidderbell ,

Rubbish removal

When a problem of dumping is registered we get fast service.
When it comes to having our streets cleaned it’s a different story, in the last 12 months we can only recall it being done twice.
During the present crisis it would be especially good to have nice clean surroundings in all of Ealing for all residents and create a good impression to those looking to buy here as we have some well placed dwellings on the market
Wake up and pull your finger out

SdeS ,

Missing some obvious categories

It works very well for the few categories it covers. But there’s some really obvious omissions. Uncollected rubbish/recycling being one and vandalised council street furniture being another. This is unfortunately down to Islington Council only selecting certain limited categories as opposed to the app’s capabilities, they (Islington) were supposed be adding more categories about 3 years back, but still with this major update, haven’t bothered. Oh well, thanks to the developers for responding to say it’s possible, pity IBC are so sloooow on the uptake. You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it think, or something like that!

Developer Response ,

Thank you for reviewing the app. You are totally right, the council chooses the categories that they want reported via the app in their area. Islington is expecting to be adding more. You can use the app anywhere in the UK and you will see the categories vary by location.

AppGuy42 ,

Very useful, but please improve…

This app helps to keep our streets clean and tidy which is great, but the app is a little clunky.
One improvement would be to allow updating the location of a report when you realise you’ve submitted a report with a slightly incorrect location. Sadly you can not do this.

Also, rather than having to tap the location icon to update the position it would be great off it automatically started at your current location. Either way still a very useful application, well done.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the review. The app does set the pin at your current location on opening the app and resets to your current location on submitting a report. If you minimise the app or move on then you can use the 'Locate me' on the map screen to reset the pin to your current location. As the location defines the categories, layers and teams allocated the report, amending that after the fact is not possible currently.

App Privacy

The developer, bbits, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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