If you need to feed the birds, limit the food to what they will eat. Dont leave down so much that it gets left overnight
Make sure your compost bins are rat proof. Sit them on a layer of mesh to stop rats burrowing underneath to get to the food scraps
Keep an eye on your access chambers (manholes)
Rats will always be in the sewers, they like it because theres a food source and a nice constant temperature. Any breaks or holes in and around your access chambers need to be sorted straight away to stop a continuous rat run.
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