Brighton Council could stub out controversial litter contract

The city council could be set to end its litter enforcement contract with controversial company 3GS and bring the service ‘in-house’.

The contract is due to end in three months’ time, next February, and both the company and council have agreed not to renew.

A report going to the council’s environment, transport and sustainability committee next week recommends the town hall becomes its own enforcer, with all staff being directly employed by the local authority.

3GS had faced public criticism until it was taken over seven months ago by London-based law enforcement company the Red Snapper Group (RSG) which carried out a ‘root and branch’ review of the service.

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