Have your say on anti-social behaviourPublished Friday, 11th October 2019
People in Hartlepool are being urged to give their views on anti-social behaviour in the town at some special drop-in events.
The issue is currently being investigated in detail by Hartlepool Borough Council’s Audit and Governance Committee in a year-long inquiry.
The Committee is keen to hear people’s views and experiences and has arranged three drop-in sessions for local residents to meet and talk to the councillors who sit on the committee:
Wednesday 16 October at Community Hub South in Wynyard Road from 10am to 12 noon.
Thursday 17 October at Community Hub Central at Central Library in York Road from 2pm to 4pm.
Friday 18 October at Community Hub North in Miers Avenue from 10am to 12 noon.
These sessions form part of a wider programme of public consultation on the issue over the next couple of months.
Councillor Ged Hall, Chair of the Audit and Governance Committee, said: “Anti-social behaviour is a highly important issue in Hartlepool and the Committee very much wants to hear people’s views and experiences, so I hope as many people as possible will come along to one of our three drop-in events.”
For more information contact Joan Stevens, the Council’s Statutory Scrutiny Manager, on 01429 284142 or email firstname.lastname@example.org