As part of the annual Enfield Resident’s Survey, residents (aged 16 and over) are asked about their perceptions of the cleanliness of the Borough. One question asks residents to comment specifically on their level of satisfaction with the Council’s delivery of services designed to keep public land clear of litter and refuse.

Resident satisfaction/dissatisfaction with Enfield Council’s services, provided to keep public land clear of litter and refuse: 2011 (Survey Respondents - 1112)

Resident satisfaction/dissatisfaction with Enfield Council’s services, provided to keep public land clear of litter and refuse: 2011
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Source: Enfield Residents' Survey 2011

In 2011, 65% of residents who responded to the Survey stated that they were satisfied with those Enfield Council services provided to keep public land clear of litter and refuse. 21% of residents stated that they were dissatisfied with these services.

Resident satisfaction/dissatisfaction with Enfield Council’s services, provided to keep public land clear of litter and refuse: 2012 (Survey Respondents - 1150)

Resident satisfaction/dissatisfaction with Enfield Council’s services, provided to keep public land clear of litter and refuse: 2012
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Source: Enfield Residents' Survey 2012

In 2012, 80% of residents who responded to the Survey stated that they were satisfied with those Enfield Council services provided to keep public land clear of litter and refuse. At the same time, 10% of residents stated that they were dissatisfied with these services.

Further information on this topic is available from:

Enfield Community Safety

London Borough of Enfield, Parks and Open Spaces Strategy: 2010 – 2020

Nature For People: A Biodiversity Action plan for Enfield

State of the Environment for Enfield: 2012

This page was last updated on 15-Dec-2014.