For Keep Britain Tidy, the quality, management and accessibility of our streets, parks, beaches and other public spaces is critical to the vibrancy, health, happiness and resilience of communities.

Our vision is that by 2030 our public spaces will enjoy high quality management to agreed standards with high levels of community engagement and recognised public value and benefits.

Keep Britain Tidy will have used its evidence base and accreditation processes to lead innovation, new forms of management, ‘ownership’ and engagement by business, communities, users and residents.

We will also have built a movement of individuals and organisations taking action to manage and improve local places, challenging established ways of doing things and anticipating the effects of climate change and new economic and social trends.