Grounds and Streetcare

We have teamed up with East Hampshire District Council to share environmental services across both areas, saving more than £2 million in the process. The new contract sees id verde cutting grass, sweeping the streets, emptying litter bins and clearing illegally dumped (fly-tipped) rubbish.

Schedules and collection rounds have been re-arranged to make them more efficient, economic and environmentally friendly so you may notice a change in your local area.

We clean and sweep public highways in the district and arranges for grass verges and open spaces to be cut. We currently have 9 cuts per annum in most areas which has recently been increased to account for the longer growing period now experienced in southern England.

  • 2018 Leaf Clearance Programme

    The Autumn leaf clearance programme for 2018 commences on the 29th October. This programme covers a number of priority roads across the district where there have been significant problems with the accumulation of leaves in previous seasons. Each of these roads will get three visits during the Autumn period.

    An indicative clearance timetable (xlsx, 30kb)showing W/C dates for the priority roads is shown on the attached spreadsheet shown below.

    All other roads in the district will be covered by normal road sweeping schedules with differing frequencies depending upon the location.

    Officers will be carrying out checks of leaf clearance works but if you have any particular concerns regarding leaf fall in your area during November and December then please call the Customer Service Centre on 0300 300 0013 or report the problem on-line.


  • Streetcare
    • litter-picking & emptying of over one thousand bins
    • grass cutting of public verges and open spaces
    • mechanical road sweeping
    • graffiti cleaning (offensive)
  • Local Litter Champions

    Could you organise a street or neighbourhood litter-picking event? Or perhaps act as the 'eyes and ears' of your community if your area suffers from fly-tipping?

    We will provide equipment, training and support, and take away however much rubbish you collect. Studies show that when people take an active interest in their neighbourhood it is the best way to deter anti-social behaviour. Please come forward and contact us if you'd like to make a difference and look at the websites below for ideas.

    Littering is an offence - report it

    Litter picking on main trunk roads is expensive, time consuming and dangerous. If you see litter being thrown from a vehicle please report it to: Keep Britain Tidy website.

    WCC Community Neighbourhood Services hold regular Big Clean UP’s across the district. Please see their web page to find out how you can get involved.
    If there is glass on pavements or roads, or if the litter is likely to cause a hazard to pedestrians the council can also arrange for its removal outside normal working hours:

    • Telephone: 0300 300 0013 (during office hours)