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Anti-social behaviour on Whiteladies Road/Cotham Hill

There have been a variety of complaints regarding ASB on Whiteladies road including speeding vehicles, begging and noise from licenced premises.

 

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  • Tuesday 15th February, 2022

    Licence premise checks completed to ensure all premises are in keeping with their licence conditions.

    More checks arranged along with high visibility patrols of Whiteladies Road into Cotham Hill

  • Tuesday 15th February, 2022

    High visibility patrols carried out looking at cars parking on the controlled crossing near to Alma Road.

    Neighbourhood teams support in the investigation into the rise in graffiti on Whiteladies road.

     

     

  • Wednesday 19th January, 2022

    High visibility patrols continue with licence premise checks being completed.

    With the cold weather attempts made to engage with the homeless and street community to direct them to appropriate support agencies.

    mobile speed camera work carried out on Whiteladies Road.

     

  • Saturday 17th October, 2020

    Since August 2021 there has been a rise in the number and variety of complaints made regarding ASB on Whiteladies Road and Cotham Hill.

    Vehicle speeds – Complaints that motorists are not adhering to the speed limit on the road and also excessive noise from exhaust pipes.

    Begging – Rise in begging from people laying out on the pavement

    Licenced premise issues on Cotham Hill –  Complaints regarding noise in the street as well as breach of table licence conditions on this road. Also issues regarding delivery motorbikes ignoring the road closed signs.

  • Saturday 17th October, 2020

    Series of High Visibility patrols of the areas with few ASB incidents captured.

    Visits to the area by Police Licencing team to check that licence conditions of Pubs and restaurants are being adhered to.

    Two motorists spoken to regarding driving into new pedestrian zone on Cotham Hill

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