Tougher legislation on anti-social activity

first_img Previous articleDiscover Limerick Website Is LaunchedNext articleDingle is the foodie Mecca for opening weekend in October admin CURRENTLY nearing completion is a new antisocial behaviour strategy that Limerick City Council is preparing to adopt in the near future.Members of the city council’s Housing Committee have been notified by City Hall’s director of services, Kieran Lehane, that a draft strategy will shortly be available.  “It is my intention to consult with the groups who make submissions, in particular, the Limerick Regeneration Agency, as well as our legal advisors in the next two to three weeks,” he said.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “When this consultation process has been completed, I will hold a special meeting of the Social Policy and Housing Committee to discuss the strategy and to make a recommendation for its adoption to the council’.Referring to the recent establishment of a free phone Anti Social Behaviour Complaint Line – 1800 283 064, Mr Lehane said that since it was launched in May, a total of 115 complaints had been received to mid August.“These complaints have all been investigated and have been resolved or are being resolved, in so far as the legislation available to the council allows”.The city council is required to adopt an Anti Social Behaviour Strategy by November 30. Twitter Linkedin Advertisement Emailcenter_img Facebook NewsLocal NewsTougher legislation on anti-social activityBy admin – September 14, 2010 626 Print WhatsApplast_img

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