I think, Ken, one of the things we have experienced in the boroughs is actually you can do it faster than that by arrangement and there is a sense in which TfL could learn from the experiences of some of the better-practice boroughs. Indeed, I think there are lots of areas where there are now partnerships between boroughs and the utilities, for example, to assist with clean up.
Do you not think that TfL should try and join in local arrangements and partnership arrangements for this kind of environmental cleansing possible? Can I just say that I know this is a job the Environment Committee are taking on very dearly and trying to push forward this work? Do you not think that TfL could be learning from some of the best practice in the boroughs in this area?