Food waste collection is set to come to parts of Reading in October this year, with a full list of roads released, showing which houses are in line to get the new bins first.

Following delays due to the coronavirus lockdown, a proposed new schedule has been revealed by Reading Borough Council (RBC), which will be voted on next week.

The new plan aims to start the trial ‘early adopters’ service on October 5, 2020, followed by the main roll-out on February 1 next year – four months later than initially planned.

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The final 14,000 flats in the town would then follow sometime in 2022.

Five areas have been chosen for the ‘early adopters’ trial phase, covering all types of properties within Reading, including those where collections are known to be challenging such as student accommodation, houses of multiple occupation and low level flats.

There is also one area included – Thames ward – which has households that should mostly present fewer issues to act as a comparison.

High rise flats in these areas will not be included in the trial roll-out.

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Here are the roads where the food waste bin collection trial will start on October 5, if plans get the go-ahead next week:

Thames Ward – 580 households – Collection on Thursdays (the comparator)

Reading Chronicle:

Highmoor Road

Matlock Road

Buxton Avenue

Chelford Way

Orwell Close

St Andrews Road

Dellwood Park

Kidmore Road (Richmond to The Mount)

Albert Road (Richmond to Highmoor)

Oakley Road

Blenheim Road

Charlotte Close

Abbey Ward – 800 households – Collection on Tuesdays

Baker Street (up to Russell Street)

Howard Street

Zinzan Street

Carey Street

Waylen Street

Jesse Terrace

Russell Street

Body Road

Anstey Road

Minster ward – 545 households – Collection on Wednesdays

Reading Chronicle:

Ashdene Gardens

Hawley Mews

Wingrove Road

Parkside Road

Westcote Road

Maldon Close

Bexley Court

Southcote Road

Parkhouse Lane

Inglewood Court

Hollins Walk

Liebenrood Road

Amethyst Lane

Jenkins Close

Kearsley Road

Penroath Avenue

Shireshead close

Norcot ward – 520 households – Collection on Tuesdays

Reading Chronicle:

Gairn Close

Eskin Close

Tay Road

Carron Close

Test Close

Iona Avenue

Leven Street

Eddleston Way

Rannoch Street

Eldart Close

Spey Road

Arbroath Road

Glenmore Place

Stour Close

Redlands ward – 560 households – Collection on Wednesdays

Reading Chronicle:

Donnington Road

Blenheim Road

De Beauvoir Road

Carnarvon Road

Junction Road

Alexandra Road (London Road to Erleigh Road)

Appleton Court

Erleigh Road (Alexandra to Farringdon/Junction)

Farringdon Court