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Joan Ryan MP meets with local residents to tackle anti-social behaviour and littering in Albany Park

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Joan Ryan MP met with local residents, councillors and police officers to tackle anti-social behaviour and littering in Albany Park.

After a number of local residents raised concerns regarding anti-social behaviour and littering in Albany Park, I met with Cllr Christine Hamilton, local council officers from the environment and anti-social behaviour teams, and representatives from our neighbourhood police, to tackle these issues.

I was also joined by David and Barbara Careford, two residents who are providing a great community service by looking after our park.

After the walkaround, Enfield Council agreed to re-introduce the grass cutting policy in the picnic area near the skate park and to make sure that all rubbish is cleared from beneath the park's hedges.

Our local police and PCSOs have considered the the crime and anti-social behaviour hotspots in the park and will be working to address these.

Alongside local residents, Enfield Council and the police, I will continue to do all I can to make our parks safe, clean and enjoyable for all.

If you live in Enfield North and are concerned by issues in our local parks please contact me at joan@joanryan.org.uk or by calling 0208 804 4543.

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