Share your experiences or concerns over anti-social behaviour
Residents in Rutherglen and Cambuslang can still give their opinion to South Lanarkshire Council on anti-social behaviour.
Positive Communities events were held across the area last month to allow local people to give their views in person, but those who were unable to attend can let the council know online how they feel or share their experiences or concerns.
An online survey is available to all until the end of December and can be found on the internet at http://tinyurl. com/slcasb14.
Anyone wishing more information can call the Joint Problem Solving Unit on 0800 389 1105.
Annette Finnan, head of area srvices said:“South Lanarkshire Council is keen to encourage local residents to give their views on services provided to tackle anti-social behaviour and to provide information regarding issues within their area, as this helps shape the services provided and inform local action planning.
“One of the most valuable sources of information is local knowledge from residents and this online survey is a simple, quick and effective way for people to get their views to us. I would encourage as many people as possible to take advantage of it.”