Your chance to have a say on issues at pair of meetings
RESIDENTS will have the chance to influence what goes on in their community at two meetings being held next month. The first is a police panel meeting, which covers Hampton, Woodston, Fletton and Stanground, and will be held on Tuesday, June 12 at the Belsize Community Centre, Celta Road, Woodston from 7pm.
At the meeting, residents will have the chance to raise their crime concerns with police officers and help set their priorities for the next three months.
At the last meeting the priorities set included maintaining low levels of anti-social behaviour around Hampton shops and working with the youth steering group to provide activities for youngsters to do.
Residents will have another chance to influence what goes on in their community on Wednesday, June 27, when the Ortons with Hampton Neighbourhood Committee meeting takes place.
The meeting sees councillors and staff members from other agencies come together to tell residents the latest developments in their community.
The meetings also include an open forum for residents to raise issues with councillors.
It will take place at Hampton Vale Community Centre, Westlake Avenue, Hampton Vale on Wednesday, June 27 from 7pm.
An agenda will be published on Peterborough City Council’s website closer to the date.
All residents are welcome to attend both meetings. For more information about the committee meeting, visit www.peterborough.gov.uk