Clean Zone Policy to Maintain Site Surroundings

Constructors should take pride in upholding an excellent external appearance of their site.  

Many sites ensure the external appearance of their site and hoardings are in excellent condition to give a good first impression upon passers-by and the local community.

Below is an example of how a number of sites have exceeded external appearance expectations:

  • A policy called, ‘Clean Zone’ was implemented outside the hoardings, which extended significantly past adjacent properties. This related to the public footpath and road;
  • The source of the litter/ rubbish did not matter, the area was kept immaculately clean and was swept up to three times a day;
  • Fixed or mobile sprinkler systems were used to clean mud off of roads at least once a day.

If such policies were adopted across the construction industry, the overall image could be significantly improved.

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Monitor Report, Cranbrook Basement Ltd, London, September 2014


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