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What concerns you about your neighbourhood?
Cowpen Quay and Blyth town centre.
Local residents have informed us at community meetings that there has been an increase in people gathering in Salisbury Street, Disraeli Street and Blyth town centre, drinking and acting in an anti-social manner.
- Patrols are being directed to the area at the times local people tell us problems are occurring. CCTV in the area will be monitored.
Local licensed premises are being visited to ensure alcohol is not sold to under 18s.
We will continue to be pro-active with landlords to ensure they deal promptly with problem tenants.
One man has been arrested and charged with failing to comply with Direction to Leave orders.
We continue to work with partners to safeguard vulnerable people in the area.
We continue to monitor and enforce the Dedicated Public Place Order which prohibits the consumption of alcohol in the area.
We work with our partners in the Shop Watch scheme to identify and exclude those responsible for disorder in and around shops.