Increased littering and anti-social behaviour taking a toll on park finances, finds report

A survey by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy has shown that more than half of the UK’s parks have had to pull in extra resources to deal with litter and anti-social behaviour since lockdown was eased.

by Dan Symonds
Litter at St James's Park - credit: The Royal Parks
Litter at St James's Park - credit: The Royal Parks

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