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Campaign to free Britain’s pavements of clutter

Living Streets wants to make it easier for people walking and wheeling

Mark Moran
12 July 2021
Rubbish blocking a pavement
A badly placed A-board
A badly placed A-board
A discarded e-scooter
A discarded e-scooter


Poorly placed bins, A-boards, excessive signage and badly parked vehicles can clutter pavements and make it hazardous for people to get around. And a recent increase in e-bikes, e-scooters, and on-street dining has seen more space taken away from pedestrians.

Now a campaign to rid Britain’s pavements of clutter has been launched by Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking.

Cluttered pavements can prevent people with wheelchairs, buggies or Guide Dogs getting around easily and...

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