The Keep Britain Tidy Network


The Keep Britain Tidy Network is exactly that - a network of organisations and individuals with a professional interest in managing and improving place.

The Network supports us in our aims and we can share best practice and innovation with other professionals. From a value for money perspective in these difficult financial times, we have recouped our membership fee in expert advice alone. Thank you for helping us to Keep Cambridge Tidy.” Cambridge City Council.

Whether you’re working in the public sector, private or third sector, and whether you’re a land manager or service provider, the Keep Britain Tidy Network provides you with a one-stop shop for identifying, developing and delivering solutions to land management issues.

It is a platform to engage with all organisations that are working to improve local environmental quality, a dynamic hub that brings together the sectors and unites them - so we can create a real movement for change. Through our Network, members can build relationships with like-minded organisations so best practice can be shared and together we can develop, improve and deliver cleaner, greener spaces for all.

A dedicated section of the Keep Britain Tidy website is your membership platform, and with no limit to the number of Network website accounts per member organisation, any number of staff can access the full range of benefits.

What does the Network offer?


Our Network brings organisations together with a common purpose: to make places better. We do this by sharing expertise through learning, events, activities and on-line resources, as well as celebrating and promoting success through awards, conferences, training and active learning. But we are also a wider, more accessible and dynamic network which is committed to sharing expertise and raising standards across sectors, inspiring collaborative effort amongst organisations to make places better.

Members have exclusive access to an interactive framework of practical tools, forums, knowledge and learning, expert advice and networking opportunities, enabling them to work more collaboratively to develop and deliver solutions and to make a difference.

The service we have received from start to finish has been exemplary, both on a professional and a knowledgeable level. It has been a pleasure to be able work with the charity and I would like to give my wholehearted and thorough recommendation to any council who are thinking about working with Keep Britain Tidy in the future.’’ 
Martin Womersley, Street Scene Manager, Wakefield Council