Neighbourhood priorities

Neighbourhood Priorities

The following Neighbourhood priorities relate to your area:

1. October 2016 Social Behaviour within the Cowpen Quay area of Blyth.

"What you told us"

Following a survey of residents within the Cowpen Quay area a number of issues have been identified. These range from rubbish accumulations, noise and rowdy behaviour, issues with private landlords and road safety.  

"What we are doing about it ?"

As part of Operation Merlin the twelve streets initiative has commenced.

 The streets identified are all within The Cowpen Quay area . The initiative is a partnership and is looking to address, through a number of means all the issues identified. 

"Keeping you informed"

Northumberland County Council have served a number of community protection notices on residents and landlords in relation to accumulations of rubbish.

A number of youths have recently been issued with dispersal orders following anti-social-behaviour in the Cowpen Quay and Market Place area.

A youth has been reported for a public order offence following a complaint from a member of the public.

Two males have been arrested and charged with two burglaries in the area and are subsequently on a curfew.

Police and partners have worked to produce the My-Street - APP which is downloadable from IOS and Android platforms.  The app is a quick and convenient platform to report a number of issues to the relevant partners.

Members of the public are being urged to conact Police to report any anti-social behaviour issues, or to report noise or rubbish issues to Northumberland County Council.

The Neighbourhood Policing Team at Blyth can be contacted on 101 ext 69191

E-Mail Blyth.NPT@northumbria.pnn.police.uk

 

2. October Youth Anti Social Behaviour Bolam Ave and Sweethope Ave area

"What you told us"

You raised concerns over anti social behaviour in the Bolam Avenue and Sweethope Avenue area.

 

"What are we doing about it?"

 We continue to have a presence within the community at key times to reassure and prevent offences.  This includes extra Neighbourhood team and Mounted Section patrols

Dispersal notices have been authorised by senior officers. These enable Police officers to order a person to leave the area for up to 48 hours.

Partnership work is ongoing in relation to the starting of fires. These include visits to schools by both Police and Fire service staff

Partnership work is ongoing to safeguard other vulnerable people in the area.

 

"Keeping you informed"

 

Active Northumberland have served 14 banning notices on youths in relation to anti social behaviour at the Blyth Spports Centre.

 

A number of youths have recently been issued with dispersal orders following anti-social-behaviour in the Bolam Avenue / Sweethope Avenue area.

 

Two youths has been arrsted for a public order offences following complaints from members of the public.

 

Members of the public are being urged to contact Police to report any anti-social behaviour issues, or to report noise or rubbish issues to Northumberland County Council.

 

The Neighbourhood Policing Team at Blyth can be contacted on 101 ext 69191

 

E-Mail Blyth.NPT@northumbria.pnn.police.uk