Last week a report was released covering numerous areas of life in Greenwich borough. Lots of information was contained within, and some surprising things pop up.
One thing that stands out is a big fall in the amount of fixed penalty notices issued for littering. Greenwich Council state this is due to wardens being spread over a wider area.
The low figure for Q1 2017 is also eye-opening. If that plays out for the rest of the year then it will total 264 fines – way below any other year dating back to 2010/11.
We know from previous data that fines for flytipping are also low in Greenwich borough compared to other authorities in London.
Click here to see the report which also covers health, education and various other issues in the borough.