Greenbank residents have say
RESIDENTS living in the Greenbank area and near the Plymouth University campus can flag up their concerns at a community meeting tonight.
The latest Have Your Say meeting will give locals the chance to voice their worries to city councillors and neighbourhood police officers.
The Have Your Say meetings have recently replaced those formerly known as Partners and Communities Together (PACT).
The team includes agencies such as the police, council, fire service and residents associations.
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At the final PACT meeting in December last year one of the top issues raised was drunken and rowdy behaviour.
That prompted the university to run a 'Student Watch' from January until this month, where students took on responsibility for reporting incidents.
Residents were also concerned about the former ambulance station site in Greenbank Road, which has since been secured by owners Aldi.
Other residents mentioned problems with litter and a lack of bins, particularly in Gibbon Lane.
Running from 6pm-8pm, tonight's Have Your Say event will take place in room RL209 on the second floor of the university's Roland Levinsky Building at Drake Circus.
Everyone is welcome to attend, but for more information call 01752 304385.