Chaucer Ward Panel meeting Monday 11th December 2017

Hello All

Please remember that issues/problems discussed at the Panel Meeting are those that affect your street or block.

You are a representative of others where you live.  Anyone who has issues that affect them individually,

please contact us outside of the meeting via email or phone.  We can then address these matters privately,

The next meeting details are

Date    : Monday 11th December 2017

Time    : 7pm – 8.30pm

Venue :  Conference Room,

Southwark Police Station

323, Borough High St

SE1 1JL

Please note the Station Office is only open between 10am – 6pm so a team officer will afford

you access to the station prior to our meeting via the small pedestrian gate next to the vehicle

access gate. Should you arrive after the meeting has begun please call our mobile number on 0208 721 2441

Light refreshments available.

Regards

Chaucer Safer Neighbourhood Team

PC Sarah BULL, PC Nigel QUINN & PCSO Richard SMITH

Southwark Police Station, 323 Borough High Street, LONDON, SE1 1JL

Tel 0208 721 2441

E-Mail CHAUCER.SNT@MET.POLICE.UK

Ward Priorities:

1) ALBERT BARNES / SMEATON COURT / ARCH STREET / MEADOW ROW – ASB / Drinkers / Drugs / Noise

2) TABARD GARDENS – Youth ASB

3) ST GEORGES CHURCHYARD GARDENS – ASB Rough Sleepers / Drinkers / Drugs / Noise

Follow us on Twitter @MPSChaucer

Also see our webpage on www.met.police.uk

IN AN EMERGENCY, ALWAYS CALL 999 p

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http://smartsurvey.co.uk/s/MPSsouthwark

Southwark Conversation, online survey.

Let's Talk

You will find the on-line survey at www.southwark.gov.uk/talksouthwark

If anyone you know wishes to respond but does not have internet access they can call a duty number 020 7525 3326 and someone will respond to assist.

Southwark, like the rest of London, is changing. The council wants this change to work for all our residents – to help you and your families enjoy life, be healthy and thrive in Southwark.

With or without the council, the next few years will see new developments and buildings, new businesses and technology, and an ever-changing skyline. Southwark’s population will also continue to change, as more people choose to make our borough their home.

We have been bold in our plans to encourage home building and, with rapidly reducing budgets, finding ways to make sure private developers help pay for the thousands of new council homes we are building, the new leisure centres and libraries we have opened, and new cultural and open spaces.

We are also helping residents to take advantage of the opportunities around them, and have helped 5,000 people into work, as well as creating nearly 2,000 apprenticeships for local people. We’re also ensuring that as our population grows, we have the new schools, health services and transport improvements that our residents need – despite massive cuts in funding from national Government.

But we don’t want to make assumptions – we want to build on previous consultations to make sure we’re getting it right for you and your families now, and for future generations. We want to hear direct from our residents about how the changes are affecting you, how you feel about the future, and whether there’s anything you think we can do differently.

While we don’t have a magic wand, and the Government, the Mayor, the NHS and the private sector all play an important role in influencing our lives, the council does have some powers and levers that we can use to help make Southwark an even better place to live, work and play than it is today.

We want to hear from you – please take a few minutes to fill in our questionnaire, and come and speak to us as we travel around the borough on our most far reaching engagement with the people who live and work in Southwark.

Headline feedback will be published by the end of February