TWO of Sussex’s busiest roads are in line for a clean.
Brighton and Hove City Council has announced workers will be heading along the A27 and A23 to clear rubbish.
They will be litter picking from the grass verges of both roads within the Brighton and Hove boundaries from Monday for four nights.
Cityclean staff will also be removing flytipped items from Falmer to the Southwick Tunnel along the A27 and to the two pillars on the A23.
A traffic management company will work alongside council workers to ensure their safety, closing the lane next to the verge.
The move has been praised by Conservative Councillor for Patcham Lee Wares. The council had been under pressure to act following criticism of the impression the littered verges gave to visitors to the city.