Cleansing & Maintenance Campaign

Cleansing & Maintenance

Rhyl BID is committed to raising standards 

As part of their daily rounds, the Town Rangers “report and sort” deficiencies they see, from removing fly-posts, litter, sharps, to reporting fly-tipping, broken street furniture, missing pavers, to DCC. 

They also liaise with outside organisations including BT and Transport for Wales when they identify an issue such as, accumulated rubbish by the H-Bridge, Cash Machines in poor condition, Phone Boxes in need of repair or washing, and private Commercial Land in need of clearing or weeding. 

And the town Rangers often are the first to highlight an area that is letting Rhyl down – they were the first to push for the removal of the disused Morris columns throughout Rhyl, and also pushed for interim repairs to the dangerous benches behind the Town Hall, prior to the most enhancements. 

In 2019, Rhyl BID and DCC negotiated and agreed a cleansing package for Rhyl. 

As DCC sought to replace Rhyl’s street sweeper, Rhyl BID contributed with the purchase of a wet sweeper attachment to provide a deeper clean. Additionally, Rhyl BID agreed to share  the cost of Rhyl’s Glutton machine to remove wet and dry litter, provided DCC funded a dedicated operative to use this machine daily. 

In the News…

Road sweeper

New sweeper will see cleaner streets in Rhyl

A partnership between Denbighshire County Council and Rhyl businesses has funded a new street sweeper for the town.

The new Hako Sweeper has been jointly funded by Rhyl Business Improvement District (BID) and the Council and features a wet attachment which will provide a more powerful clean resulting in cleaner streets in the town…

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