St Katharine & Wapping Safer Neighbourhood ward panel meeting Thursday 19th July

Every local resident is concerned about Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) in St Katharines Dock and Wapping and our Safer Neighbourhood Ward Panel is organising a meeting to discuss your concerns.

The Ward Panel is a non-political group of volunteers working with the police, council and residents to make the area a safer place in which to live and work.

Meeting at Guoman Tower Hotel

You are invited to come along to the Bridge / Tower Suites at the Guoman Tower Hotel, St. Katharine Way, E1W 1LD on Thursday 19th July at 6pm which is right next to our local bridge and is wheelchair accessible.

The meeting is scheduled to last until 8pm and refreshments will be served from 6pm to 6.30pm so best be prompt!

Present at the meeting will be our local Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) from the Metropolitan Police, Tower Hamlets Borough Council officers and ward panel members who will be telling us all how they are working on behalf of residents to make St Katharine Docks and Wapping safer neighbourhoods.

Needless to say you can ask questions of the police and council officers present as it is your opportunity to tell them about your experiences with ASB, drugs, dangerous driving by the local rat-runners and any other issues which are driving you to despair.

Confirmed attendees

MPS Safer Neighbourhood Team

  • Acting Inspector Andrew Sanderson
  • Sergeant James Barkley
  • PC David Jorden

Tower Hamlets Council

  • Cllr Asma Begum – Deputy Mayor, Community Safety and Equalities
  • Karen Proudfoot – Interim Head of Communities & Enforcement

Warm paws for St Mungo’s

Representatives from St Mungo’s Homeless Charity will also be attending. St Mungo’s is based in Thomas More Square.

The Wapping Mole can personally testify to the extraordinary work that the St. Mungo’s people do and will be attending to extend a warm paw of friendship to them (unless he finds a nice hole to dig, natch!).


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