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The 15 cleanest neighbourhoods in Birmingham, including Kings Norton

Here are the top 15 neighbourhoods where least fly-tipping was recorded in Birmingham between 2022 and 2023 - including Hall Green and Kings Norton

Birmingham is a massive city which is around 103 square miles in size with many incredibly beautiful landmarks and neighbourhoods worth visiting. With beautiful canals, leafy suburbs and an incredible hospitality scene, it’s a welcoming and diverse city to call home.

However, all big cities have its own flaws and we previously, looked at the fly-tipping problem previously mapping out the top 15 dirtiest neighbourhoods in Birmingham with the most fly-tipping incidents. Now, we look at the cleanest neighbourhoods - with the least numbers of fly-tipping incidents to get a fuller picture of what living in Birmingham is like.

There are strict laws against fly-tipping and it is important to report incidents to the council here: Report fly-tipping in Birmingham. The highest number of instances recorded in any one Birmingham neighbourhood is 1,263 in Sparkbrook and Balsall Heath East. The lowest number is 189 in Longbridge & West Heath.

A Freedom of Information request to the Birmingham City Council revealed that the top 15 neighbourhoods where least fly-tipping incidents have been recorded in Birmingham between 2022 and 2023. Here are the 15 cleanest Birmingham neighbourhoods, according to that data:

There are strict laws against fly-tipping and it is important to report incidents to the council here: Report fly-tipping in Birmingham. The highest number of instances recorded in any one Birmingham neighbourhood is 1,263 in Sparkbrook and Balsall Heath East. The lowest number is 189 in Longbridge & West Heath.