Sam Tarry MP hosted a second public meeting on the evening of Friday, 10th September to discuss ongoing antisocial behaviour around the York Road area.
Around 45 local residents attended, along with panellists Redbridge Chief Inspector Chris Nixon, Acting Safer Neighbourhood Inspector for Redbridge Richard Oldfield, Valentines Councillors Ross Hatfull and Khayer Chowdhury (Cabinet Member for Crime, Safety and Community Cohesion) and Sophie from the Single Housing Project.
The meeting lasted two and a half hours. Residents were able to raise their concerns and also ask direct questions of the panellists. The police and the ward councillors talked about actions currently underway to improve safety in the area.
Sam Tarry advised residents to organise amongst themselves to decide when they would like to see any future public meeting and who they should invite.
If you would like to be added to the mailing list for the work on antisocial behaviour in the York Road area please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also request a copy of the anonymised meeting minutes.