Tonight I was chairing the latest Bowthorpe & Costessey SNAP meeting, held at St. Michael's School in Astly Road, Chapel Break, and it was a good chance to hear some of the views about the local area from residents. In the end we created 3 priorities;
Tackling crime and anti-social behaviour in the Peverell Road area of Clover Hill - both in terms of long term strategy but also short term ways to tackle the problems.
Secondly working with South Norfolk Council to ensure a neighbourhood response to issues in Beaumont Road and Crown Road in New Costessey.
And also to look at innovative ways to solve the parking problems in Attesley Way, Chapel Break. This last one is a real tribute to one resident who has raised this issue again and again in such a decent and polite way that it marks her out as a remarkable campaigner.
Next meeting is 18th November, 7.30 at Costessey High School.