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Current local priorities
Consultation with the community has identified the following priorities that we will be concentrating on over the coming months:
There is currently and issue with incidents of the tobacco related product "Pan" which when chewed produces excessive red/brown coloured saliva which appears to be then spat directly onto the street, street furniture and onto resident's front doors and house fronts.
Issued: January 2019
What we are doing:These incidents are causing real distress to residents as well as being unsightly and unhygenic. We are working in conjunction with local suppliers of Pan, Leicester City Council Street Warden team and street cleansing to place signage reminding people of the effect the spitting can have and enforcement through a civil fine system. Posters will be distributed in the area and the area will see an increase in patrols to tackle this issue. Issued: January 2019
Residents are concerned with street drinking and inappropriate use of premises operating outside of the terms of their licenced activities, such as out of hours service of food, alcohol and on-premises consumption withoiut the appropriate authority to do so.
Issued: December 2018
What we are doing:Local DNT officers are completing regular patrols in the area and completing regular licencing checks at premises who hold a licence. All visits and reports are being made available to the local licencing authorities for review should any breaches be found. Enforcement of the city wide public spaces protection order (PSPO) by local DNT officers is being carried out to tackle the on street drinking issues. Issued: December 2018