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Anti-social behaviour surgeries will provide chance to voice concerns in Redbridge

PUBLISHED: 09:01 15 January 2011

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SURGERIES are being set up in a bid to tackle anti-social behaviour troubles in the borough.

A meeting, the first of its kind in Redbridge, will take place next Thursday (27), where residents are invited to voice their concerns on anti social behaviour.

Valentines, Newbury Park and Clementswood wards residents are invited to talk to the council’s antisocial behaviour team, where they can discuss issues facing their neighbourhoods in confidence.

A spokesman for Redbridge Council said if the event proved a success, it would be rolled out across the borough.

The surgery starts at 6.30pm, and will be at the Cardinal Heenan Centre on High Road, Ilford.


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