Dorset Square
Dorset Square

Wyndham Place 

We have called for an investigation in to the Council decision to spend £30,000 on installing a Christmas Tree in Wyndham Place.

Melcombe Street

We have asked the Council to offer assistance to the homeless who congregate in the area around Tesco on Melcombe Street. Residents say:

“Since the Baker Street two-way went into place, the corner in front of Tesco (Melcombe and Glentworth) has become a substance-user hot spot.  This is possibly due to the extra pavement put into place for pedestrian convenience.  There seems to be a revolving half-dozen people who camp there many days/nights of the week, along with a dog and multitudinous suitcases, backpacks, blankets and bottles.  Having been to San Francisco within the past year, we’ve become more acutely aware of the quality of life impact of unmanaged homelessness upon both residents and the homeless.With a girls’ school at the top of Glentworth Street, that particular Tesco is a lunchtime destination for many, It would be much appreciated if some action could be taken to resolve this issue.”

Wythburn Mews 

We have asked the Council and the police to investigate continuing anti-social behavior in Wythburn Mews. Residents report a “stream of people quite blatantly using the entrance to the Mews as public latrine, which is outrageous and distressing at the same time and, with the warmer weather, is becoming more frequent.”

The Council say: 

“I have spoken to both our City Highways Team and PC Darren Berry. As a result our City Highways Team have assessed Wythburn Place and added it to this years programme to be converted to LED which should improve the lighting levels. In addition, there will also be a CMS system installed so that they can control the light levels.”

Enford Street/York Street 

We have asked the Council to take action to stop the regular encroachment on the pavement outside the Royal Oak pub on York Street. Residents say:

“This situation is becoming truly dangerous and it’s obvious the landlord is doing absolutely nothing to police it.  Perhaps what’s often most offensive is the attitude and manner of the drinkers themselves who seem to feel ownership of the pavement is their right and that anyone wanting to pass through should walk in the road, even sometimes they are aggressive if one wants to stay on the pavement – all round, unacceptable behaviour and an apparent lamentable performance by the management of the Royal Oak.”

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