A further opportunity to have your say on anti-social behaviourPublished Monday, 4th November 2019
People in Hartlepool are being offered a further opportunity to give their views to an ongoing investigation into anti-social behaviour in the town.
The issue is currently being investigated in detail by Hartlepool Borough Council’s Audit and Governance Committee and it’s very keen to hear people’s views and experiences.
It has recently held several consultation events and has now launched a consultation survey for anyone who hasn’t yet given their views.
The survey is available online by clicking here.
Paper copies of the survey are available at Civic Centre reception and the town’s three Community Hubs – Community Hub North in Miers Avenue, Community Hub Central at Central Library in York Road and Community Hub South in Wynyard Road - or by calling the telephone number below.
The survey runs until Sunday 24 November.
Councillor Ged Hall, Chair of the Audit and Governance Committee, said: “Thank you to everyone who has taken part in our consultation so far.
“I hope as many people as possible will share their views and experiences with us as anti-social behaviour is an important issue in Hartlepool and we want to gain the best possible understanding of it, including the forms it takes and the impact it has on residents’ lives.”
For more information call the Council on (01429) 523647.