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Priorities

Last Updated 16 Feb 2019

DateDetails
16 Feb 2019

Anti Social Behavior Barton Ward

Priority NEWPORT / OVERTON COURT

Residents are concerned about the youths in the play area,  and the damage caused including the graffiti written in the park,  Residents also reported cars driving fast in and out of the area with loud exhausts and loud music which concerned parents with small children.

Residents also reported drug dealing taking place openly in the area.

Ongo housing, and another Local neighbourhood watch group are working together to try and create a NWG for NEWPORT / OVERTON COURT.