Wandsworth residents now have the opportunity to choose a mural design for a Tooting car park in a fight against littering across the borough.

The #NeatStreetsTooting campaign is looking to makeover Church Lane car park with the aim to discourage rubbish being dumped there illegally.

Anysurface artist Will Vibe has been commissioned to paint a colourful mural, drawing up two designs for people to choose from.

Councillor Jonathan Cook, Wandsworth Council’s environment spokesman, said: “Tooting is a diverse and exciting place to live, work and visit.

“The transformation of Church Lane car park is a great example of how #NeatStreetsTooting will celebrate what makes the area unique while tackling the causes of its litter.

“We are thrilled to have Will involved and look forward to seeing which of his designs the community chooses.”

In collaboration with environmental charity Hubbub, the council will be trialling new ideas on February 22 and host new events aiming to get people involved.

These include a community clean-up day, ‘sprucing up’ Church Lane car park, and gum chalking events.

Voting closes at 6pm on February 14 and the mural will be completed by February 22 ahead of the campaign’s launch date.