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You said, we did...

March 2015: Inconsiderate parking outside local schools

"We asked"

We discussed with local Councillors and residents what issue was effecting them the most

"You said"

There has been an increase in inconsiderate driving and parking in and around schools particularly at drop off and pick up time.

"What we have done"

We have had extra resources policing schools in Blaydon, Crookhill, Ryton and Kepier Chare Estate to address he problem by educating motorists and raising their awareness of the issues concerning residents.  Updates of the operation will be provided at local meetings and via community messaging.  Updates will also be given online.

More importantly we will feed back to the local community directly what we have done to improve the situation and identify those causing these issues.

March 2015: Inconsiderate Parking Eleanor Terrace, Crawcrook

"We Asked"

We discussed with Councillors and Residents what issue was effecting them the most

"You Said"

There are ongoing issues with motor vehicles being parked incfonsiderately in the area causing concerns and issues for local residents and asking what the Police are going to do to address these concerns. 

"What we have done"

Local officers are patrolling the affected area to identify offenders and deal with issues proactively.  Some considerable work has been done by local neighbourhood officers at liase with the Council and different agencies to seek a solution to this problem which addresses the concerns raised and deals with issues longterm.

Officers will give updates at local meetings as well as to the local community on the progress being made.