We are always looking for ways to improve our neighbourhoods for residents. By partnering with specialist, enforcement and local agencies, and working with involved residents, we can make a real difference in our communities
An example of partnership working is our Community Impact Days, where we work at a multi-agency level to tackle the most important issues across an area.
Our recent Community Impact Days in Bromley saw our neighbourhood response team collaborate with various other agencies to tackle environmental, anti-social behaviour and criminal issues affecting the borough.
This involved partnering with the police to visit properties in Cray Valley East. We spoke to residents in 32 different addresses about antisocial behaviour, whilst advising on a range of other commonly reported issues.
Our Estate Services Team carried out a clean-up, which resulted in the removal of nearly three tonnes of bulk waste, as well as washing away graffiti. They also liaised with the police to deal with a number of untaxed vehicles on council and Clarion property.
We had the pleasure of partnering with: London Borough of Bromley Public Protection Department & Street Scene Department, Ward Security, LBB Education Welfare Officers, Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, Veolia, Charities, and other governmental agencies.
We also partnered with these agencies for community days in Mottingham and Penge towards the end of last year.
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