Waldridge Village and Waldridge Park Estate

Priorities

 

You said your current priorities are:

Active Priorities

  • 27 September 2016 - Parking issues throughout Waldridge Village/Park.

    Various reports have been made in relation to parking in the Waldridge area. Parking is an issues in all area's of Chester-le-Street due to most households having more than one vehicle. Although it may be annoying and frustrating when people park outside your residence, unless they are causing an unlawful obstruction or contravening some other traffic/parking law, they are entitled to park on any road which is repairable/maintained at public expense. Letter drops have been conducted in regards to parking issues by local PCSO's, asking residents to park in a considerate manor for others in the area.

     

This is what we have done

  • 27 September 2016 - Parking issues throughout Waldridge Village/Park.

    I have been to various streets in the Walridge village area where parking complaints have been received to assess the way residents are parking to ensure their are no obstructions. I have also conducted letter drops in the area in order to ask residents to park their vehicles considerately for others. If everyone works together to tackle the parking issues there can be a mutual resolution.

    Over the last 3 month I have worked in partnership alongside Durham County Council Street Wardens, the council ASB Officer and housing associations to tackle the ASB in the area. We have issued 15 warning letters to youths who have been involved in ASB activity and also conducted joint visits along with parents present to speak to youths about their behaviour. We will continue to work in partnership with various agencies to make sure anti-social behaviour is tackled positively in Chester-le-Street and surrounding areas.

     

    Carry out high visibility patrols throughout the area particularly on evenings and weekends.

    Take details of those person(s) caught in the area when ASB is reported.

    Carry out re-visits and call backs to victims of ASB.

    Visit schools and carry out home visits in front of parents for those youths involved.

    Work in partnership with Durham County Council so that we also have Street Wardens on patrol in the area as well as the local Policing Team.

     

     

     

     

These are the policing priorities that local people have agreed with your policing team. You can have some influence on future policing priorities by attending your next PACT meeting.

Local Events & PACT Meetings

Chester Central PACT, Tuesday 4th April 2017

Event Date: 04/04/2017 19:00:00

The meeting's will be attended by a representative from your neighbourhood policing team and will be specific to your individual neighbourhood priorities will be discussed. All members of the community are welcome

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Great Lumley PACT Meeting 12th April 2017

Event Date: 12/04/2017 19:30:00

The meetings will be attended by a representative from your neighbourhood policing team and will be specific to your area and individual neighbourhood priorities will be discussed. All members of the community are welcome.

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Chester Central PACT, Tuesday 2nd May 2017

Event Date: 02/05/2017 19:00:00

The meeting's will be attended by a representative from your neighbourhood policing team and will be specific to your individual neighbourhood priorities will be discussed. All members of the community are welcome.

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NHP Team

Sgt Mel Sutherland

PCSO 7754 Janelle Taylor

PCSO Janelle Taylor

How To Contact

Chester le Street Police Station,
Newcastle Road,
Chester le Street,
Durham DH3 3TY

Telephone: 101
Email: customerservicedesk@durham.pnn.police.uk

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