Project: Graffiti Associated Nuisance and Vandalism

Reference: UG326

Last update: 18/08/2004 16:05:21

Objectives

The aim of this project is the eradication of graffiti and associated environmental nuisance and vandalism on and around public transport areas and on vehicles, whilst avoiding displacement into surrounding neighbourhoods. It will encompass graffiti, vandalism, and environmental nuisance including litter and dog fouling.

Description

The project will include a literature review of graffiti reduction and removal and associated environmental nuisance and vandalism - both domestic and international, analysis of differences and similarities in the reasons for and solutions to the different aspects of graffiti, vandalism and environmental nuisance, review of good practice both national and international and consideration of the benefits of cross agency working to tackle all aspects of the problem.

Contractor(s)

Crime Concern
Regional Director, 89 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TS

Contract details

Cost to the Department: £66,000.00

Actual start date: 09 October 2000

Actual completion date: 21 March 2003

Publication(s)

Graffitit and vandalism on and around Public Transport
Author: Crime Concern for Department for Transport
Publication date: 03/10/2003
Source: DfT Website
More information: http://www.dft.gov.uk/pgr/crime/gfen/casestudyreportongraffiti

Summary of results

  1. The research delivered:
    a high quality literature review putting transport issues into the broader community
    an evaluation and assessment of existing approaches
    a variety of pilots with varying success
    The results demonstrated the difficulties of constructing effective partnerships but also descrives the success of some approaches.