A hot water cleaner this week began to tackle the dirt and chewing gum that normal cleaners cannot remove.
The clean-up was held to show businesses the kind of difference becoming a Business Improvement District would make.
In October more than 1,100 firms will be able to vote on the scheme under which companies pay into a central pot to sort out issues and promote the city.
Newcastle United, Fenwick and the newly opened Waitrose store, have already pledged their support.
For more information visit www.citycentrepartnership.co.uk
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|Publication:||Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Sep 13, 2008|
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