Alleygates proposal to stop problem behaviour in Reedley

Alleygates proposal to stop problem behaviour in Reedley

Alleygates proposal to stop problem behaviour in Reedley

First published in News

ALLEYGATES are being considered as part of a bid to curb anti-social behaviour for residents in Reedley.
Residents of Reedley Road have become fed-up with troublemakers congregating on Back Reedley Road.
In a petition presented to the Brierfield and Reedley area committee householders complained that mud had been hurled at their homes, graffiti daubed on fences and stone flags stolen.
Funding for the alleygates of £1,652 was secured by former ward councillor Pauline McCormick earlier this year.
An approach will also be made to Lancashire County Council to request that Back Reedley Road is ‘stopped up’, so the gates can be installed effectively.
This would avoid, if a challenge occurs over the highway, the gates either being removed or fixed in an ‘open’ position.

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1:02pm Sun 6 Jul 14

pwitch says...

Better put cameras there as well perhaps to monitor situation?
Better put cameras there as well perhaps to monitor situation? pwitch
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1:45pm Sun 6 Jul 14

Eric Shawn says...

That won't stop the problem. It will move it elsewhere.
That won't stop the problem. It will move it elsewhere. Eric Shawn
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