Controling Anti-Socal Behavior Associated With Liquor

The leaflet shown below was provided by Stephanie Garner-Winship, the MAGPI West Neighbourhood Officer for the Islington Anti Social Behaviour Team – Community Safety Partnerships Unit at Islington Council, Tel: 020 7527 4200.

The leaflet provides information on a new method being tried to better control anti-social behaviour stemming from alcohol.  Although the whole area designated goes well beyond our immediate area, I thought it important for all to see what is being proposed and because some of our local area is included.

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 As this document was originally a leaflet that was distributed to local resident, you cannot comment as outlined below.  However you can comment by simply sending an email to cspu@islington.gov.uk before 16 April.  Be sure to include your address so they can count you as a local resident.

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1 Response to Controling Anti-Socal Behavior Associated With Liquor

  1. Paul Convery says:

    Sean Murray alerted me to the incorrect email address on the Council’s leaflet and their own website. It is not CSPU@islington.gov.uk but CSPUteam@islington.gov.uk (upper and lower case incidentally don’t make any difference). I was rather startled to discover that, until this morning, the Council’s officer looking after this consultation was unaware of the mistake. I’ve also written-up some more background about the consultation at:
    http://callylabourcouncillors.org.uk/2010/04/05/lets-make-sure-on-street-alcohol-drinking-gets-banned/

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