St. levan park neighbourhood watch

Scheme information

Our scheme was set up in November 2007 originally in response to concerns raised about St. Levan Park. We are a team of 10 who cover around 600 houses around the park. With help mainly from our local Councillors and Plymouth City Council we have improved the park in various ways, for example by stopping the park from flooding, the installation of gates, a basketball area, new benches, new trees, and more. We now hold a yearly Summer Fun Day in the park. We also respond to requests for help and advice from local residents on issues such as noise, speeding vehicles, fly tipping, litter, road maintenance, inconsiderate parking, and more. We also publish a Newsletter, past issues have included articles on the help available for senior citizens and the disabled, shoppers rights, fraud, scams, bogus callers, how a burglar chooses a house, dog fouling, and more.

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Scheme coordinator

Trevor Green
The scheme was started by another resident who has since taken a job in a different location. I am one of three Scheme Co-ordinators who 'manage' the scheme. There are 10 of us who have contact with residents in our own streets. We meet monthly to discuss the issues raised, which may be relevant to a street or to the local area. Most often one (of the three) will then contact our local Councillors and/or Plymouth City Council to sort out the problem. Our main event of the year is the Summer Fun Day which we put on in our local park. We would like more residents to help with this. We also need a couple of residents to become co-ordinators for the streets that do not, as yet, have one. The more people that help us the easier it becomes for us all. Their is no obligation, so please contact us and find out more. This is your area, lets improve it.
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