Anti-social behaviour meeting sets wheels in motion
Sep 11 2012
By Zoe Drewett
A MEETING between Hillingdon councillors and Pembroke Park Residents Association on Friday set the wheels in motion for issues to be resolved.
The Gazette reported last week that people living in the housing development on the site of the former RAF Eastcote, off Lime Grove, felt they were being plagued with problems, including anti-social behaviour.
A meeting was organised so the neighbours could have their say.
Suzy Killip, chair of the residents association, spoke to the Gazette after the meeting.
She said: "We are moving positively in the right direction.
"We have set up a number of action points for the housing association and we will be meeting again with ward councillor Bruce Baker, A2Dominion and the housing association manager at the end of October and that will be a big meeting.
"The council are now beginning to realise that there are issues, and they are in support of getting things sorted."