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Recent changes to graffiti management policy
Eunji Cho | 승인 2018.06.07 13:14

From now on, election posters will be banned within 200 metres of the Cenotaph in Martin Place and the War Memorial in Hyde Park.

The City of Sydney announced the review of graffiti management policy, which now classifies stickers as graffiti with an update on the section referring to street art.

Lord Mayor Clover Moore said that as part of the review, the City banned election posters within 200 metres of the Cenotaph in Martin Place and the War Memorial in Hyde Park.

“Election posters are a traditional part of the democratic process, but they often stay up for weeks after an election, frustrating our residents and visitors,” the Lord Mayor said.

“This exclusion zone is about respecting the sacred war memorials in our city, while still leaving plenty of space for political candidates at election time,” she added. 

According to the City of Sydney, new graffiti removal schedule identifies four different categories, including priority zones, routine zones, poster zones and emergency removal. 

Priority zone include streets or arterial roads with high pedestrian traffic that generally attract frequent graffiti. These are inspected daily and graffiti is removed within 24 hours.

Routine zones include suburban streets not subject to high pedestrian traffic or large amounts of graffiti and posters. 

Poster zones were created for areas popular with unauthorised commercial bill posters, whereas emergency removal refers to removal of graffiti of an offensive nature, which is to be removed within four hours.

Eunji Cho  info@hanhodaily.com

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