Lympstone residents asked for views

RESIDENTS in Lympstone are being asked for views about their neighbourhood as part of a multi-agency assessment. Staff from the environmental health and housing services teams at East Devon District Council, the police and Red Cross, will conduct a neighb

RESIDENTS in Lympstone are being asked for views about their neighbourhood as part of a multi-agency assessment.

Staff from the environmental health and housing services teams at East Devon District Council, the police and Red Cross, will conduct a neighbourhood assessment at the village hall at 10am on Wednesday, October 28.

The purpose is to seek residents' views about their area and resolve any issues they might have with the support of all the agencies involved.

The team will be asking about dangerous structures, nuisance, crime, dog fouling, litter, speeding and recycling.


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They will be offering free home security and fire safety checks, information about insulation grants, care and repair.

Representatives from the Red Cross will be there to offer a free basic life-saving course.

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As well as carrying out a door-to-door survey of residents, environmental health officers will be holding an open surgery in the village hall from 10am to 3pm on the same day.

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