Bradford South

Covering Buttershaw, Clayton Heights, Dudley Hill, Great Horton, Holmewood, Low Moor, Queensbury, Royds, Tong, West Scholes, Wibsey, Wyke and surrounding areas.

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Neighbourhood Priorities

Royds

To address the issues of speeding on Farfield Avenue by working in conjunction with our Operation Steerside team and SRANS speed enforcement to conduct community speed watch operations.

To work closely with partner agencies and provide regular high visibility patrols in order to address the issues of anti-social behaviour and drug dealing around Eskine Parade, Romford Court, Rosslyn Mount and Moresby Road.

 

 

Wibsey

To address the issues of speeding on Huddersfield Road, Halifax Road and Wibsey Park Avenue by working in conjunction with our Operation Steerside team and SRANS speed enforcement to conduct community speed watch operations.

To regularly provide visible patrols by NPT and by Operation Steerside officers to address the issues of nuisance vehicles on Carisbrooke Crescent and Smith Avenue.

 

Tong

To address ASB issues across Holmewood and Bierley by regularly carrying out operations, providing visible presence of officers.

To continue to address the issue of inconsiderate parking around Newhall Park Primary.

To work in conjunction with our Operation Steerside team and SRANS speed enforcement to address the issues of quad bikes/off road bikes on Broadstone Way and St Margaret's Avenue.

To promote the reporting of sightings and locations of horses around Holmewood, Bierley House Ave, Hyne Ave children's play area, Fairfax Ave, Burnham Ave, Danehill Park and Knowles Park.

To work closely with partner agencies to address the issue of fly tipping across the ward.

 

Wyke

To work with partner agencies in addressing the issues of HGV's ignoring road signs on Cleckheaton Road and Dealburn Road.

To encourage residents to report sightings of nuisance bikes on Wyke Village Green, Westfield Lane and Judy Woods - officers to continue to patrol and monitor.

To work in conjunction with our Operation Steerside team and SRANS speed enforcement to address the issues of speeding traffic on Huddersfield Road, Westfield Lane, Lower Wyke Lane and New Works Road.

 

Great Horton

To tackle ASB in and around the Beldon Road area, working with partners and agencies to formulate a long term plan.

To work with partners, land managers and business owners to reduce ASB use of vehicles at the Quora Retail park on Clayton Road.

To tackle speeding and road related offences on Great Horton Road and Hollingwood Lane, working in conjunction with Operation Steerside and Roads policing Officers.

 

Queensbury

To work with Home Farm, Shibden Head and Foxhill Primary schools to address the issue of inconsiderate parking.

To address the issues of ASB at Russell Hall Park and surrounding areas, and West End/Sandbeds at school finish times.

 

 

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Deception / Fraud
Bradford
Offence Date
Ref: BD4217
Criminal Damage
Bradford
Offence Date
Ref: BD4153