Free Bulky Waste Collections Offered After Flooding

Service available in roads worst hit by Monday’s heavy rainfall

Collection offered for free until 22 July

Hammersmith & Fulham Council is offering a free bulky waste collection for residents of roads worst affected by Monday’s heavy rain and flooding.

This flooding was due to Thames Water sewers overflowing and entering local homes. This particularly affected basement properties with the London Fire Brigade declaring an emergency in H&F.

If you live in one of the following streets, you can book a free bulky waste collection until Thursday (22 July).

Aldensley Road
Barons Court Road
Batoum Gardens
Blthye Road
Bollingbroke Road
Boscombe Road
Crabtree Lane
Crisp Road
Devonport Road
Dorville Crescent
Ellerby Street
Fielding Road
Goldhawk Road
Grove Mews
Hayden Park Road
Kenyon Street
Lakeside Road
Maclise Road
Mall Road
Margravine Road
Niton Street
Overstone Road
Shepherds Bush Road
Silverton Road
Southerton Road
Sulgrave Road
Weltje Road
Westville Road

To book a bulky waste collection, contact the Cleaner Greener hotline from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday on 020 8753 1100 or email:

If you are an H&F tenant and need emergency help, please call 020 8753 4200. For emergency repairs, please call 0800 023 4499.


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July 16, 2021