The next in a series of estate walkabouts will take place this August covering areas in Harrogate, Knaresborough and Ripon.
‘Face to Face in Your Neighbourhood’ has been developed so that tenants can meet Housing Officers right on their doorstep to discuss issues that are of concern to them.
Councillor Mike Chambers, Harrogate Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for Housing, says that the estate walkabouts have been developed by the Council’s Neighbourhood Services Team but have the support of the Harrogate District Community Safety Partnership.
Councillor Mike Chambers added:
The purpose of the walkabouts is to give tenants the opportunity to raise and discuss issues about their neighbourhood with their local Housing Officers. Council staff will be on hand to identify and deal with problems in a bid to keep the estates clean, tidy and safe.
Many of the issues tenants want to raise include litter, irresponsible dog owners and general anti-social behaviour so the walkabouts will also be supported by the Council’s dog wardens and a representative from the Community Safety Partnership.
Walkabouts 8 August
Follifoot 9.30am meet at Forge Green – covering Spofforth from 10.30am starting at the East Park Road garage site.
Aismunderby/North Ripon Estate – 9.30am meet at Bondgate Post Office – covering Bondgate/Newton Gardens/Quarry Moor Lane/Claro Road and Court and meeting at junction of Aismunderby Road/Southgate at 11.15am covering Aismunderby and adjacent streets and communal areas.
Oakdale – 2pm meet at the top of Oakdale Avenue – covering Oakdale Avenue and all adjacent roads leading to and including Scargill Road.
Lead Lane Estate, Ripon
9.30am meet at Salvation Army Hall – to meet at 11.15am at junction of Oak Road/Lead Lane covering Oak Road areas.
10am meet at the entrance to The Whinfields – covering The Bungalows/The Whinfields/The Crescent.