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Property Services

We provide a range of property services, primarily in relation to vacant property services, including clearance, cleaning and control of pests and invasive plants. Working direct We look after residential and commercial buildings, working direct with property managers, landlords, estate agents, local authorities and some of the largest hotel and leisure groups and housing associations in the UK.

Property Clearance

The requirement to clear and clean a property varies according to the circumstances as it may be the result of eviction, repossession, re-homing or even death.

This type of work can be testing for even our highly experienced teams and a sympathetic and patient approach is needed to wade through the often-idiosyncratic accumulation of rubbish, possessions, years of papers, bedding and human waste in the most unsanitary of conditions.


Fly-tipping is a nationwide problem that continues to increase both in incidence and volume. Private land owners and local authorities alike fight a constant and extremely expensive battle against fly-tipping which, if left, quickly turns from being an unsightly inconvenience to attracting vermin, presenting a health risk and potentially causing fires. In addition, uncleared bulk rubbish acts like a magnet, attracting even more fly-tippers, so the problem needs to be dealt with quickly, efficiently and environmentally.

Licensed by the Environment Agency, Clearway clears hundreds of tons of unwanted or fly-tipped waste every year, from both domestic and commercial sites.

Extreme/Deep Clean

Clearway’s deep cleaning services include bin rooms, rubbish chutes, graffiti removal, pest control, sewage overflows (post clean-up), bird fouling and fumigation. The extreme cleaning service extends to crime scene and trauma clean-up where the risk of exposure to bio-hazards, such as chemicals, blood, bacteria, human waste and infestation of rodents, flies and maggots is very high.

We are licensed by the Environment Agency and all extreme/clinical waste is disposed-of by licensed incinerators.

Please we do not provide one-off domestic cleans, carpet cleaning or end of tenancy cleans.

Sharps/Bio-hazard Removal

Sharps waste typically found in controlled environments such as hospitals, clinical environments and laboratories poses a great risk to health when found in public areas.  Often the dangerous items are drug-related paraphernalia, e.g. needles, glass pipes, metal/foil, tubes etc., irresponsibly left by drug users.

Since 1991 Clearway’s highly trained operatives have provided a specialist sharps and bio-hazard removal, working as the official Metropolitan Police Crime Scene and Trauma clean-up partner since 2009.

We also work closely with property managers, housing associations and Local Authorities.

Crime Scenes and Undiscovered Death

Since 1991 Clearway’s specialist teams have provided extreme-clean services for Local Authority and Police services, the latter as the official Metropolitan Police Crime Scene and Trauma clean-up partner since 2009.

As the official Metropolitan Police crime scene and trauma clean-up partner since 2009, Clearway’s crime scene and trauma teams are trained to secure crime scenes and clean-up blood, bodily fluids and tissue remnants, fingerprint dust removal and other bio-hazards.

Undiscovered deaths are a tragic reality of modern life and the unfortunate victim can lay undiscovered for days or weeks. The eventual discovery of the body, often by neighbours because of the awful smell and/or infestation of flies and maggots, is incredibly distressing. Clearway’s undiscovered death service has helped the Police and Local Authorities deal with these dreadful situations, handling this human tragedy efficiently and with dignity & respect.

Pests and Invasive Plants

Clearway’s pest control teams are registered with the Environment Agency and are trained and qualified in the treatment and removal of a broad range of pests and infestations including bees, wasps & hornets, pigeons, ants, spiders, woodlice, squirrels, rabbits etc.

Japanese Knotweed can grow more than 1m in height in three weeks and the elaborate root system can go down 3m and out 7m. It is extremely vigorous and invasive and it is an offence to allow Japanese Knotweed to spread across neighbouring land so must be treated as soon as it is identified.

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