- August 5, 2012
- Posted by: Llandaff North Labour
- Category: Latest News
Last year we held public meetings with residents of Cornelly Close, College Road and Caldy Road due to concerns about anti social behaviour in the gullies between the roads. The meetings were held on the green in Cornelly Close and the turn out was excellent. Following further meetings and two consultations, the Council agreed to proceed with the legal procedure for gating the gullies between 7pm and 7am. In addition, the Council will improve the surface of the gullies and ensure the houses to the side have appropriate fencing.
As the public meetings were so well attended, it was decided to hold a further meeting to try and set up a resident’s group. A group of residents attended an initial meeting and received a presentation from the acting chair of the Neighbourhood Watch scheme, Bill Farnham. In order for the group of residents to proceed with the NHW scheme in Cornelly Close, they are holding a community / fund raising event on Monday 27th August from 2pm on the green at Cornelly Close.
If you would like a presentation from the Neighbourhood Watch scheme, please get in touch and we will organise this on your behalf.