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In Chorlton and Merseybank, in 2022/23, we commit to doing the following:
Antisocial behaviour – March Update
March 2022 Update
Youth Provision: We are continuing to look at options around how we can steer the perpetrators of the current ASB problems towards other less disruptive activities. However, we are also aware that the local community centre already offers a broad range of options which this group are choosing not to engage with. We are working with the families involved to try and identify suitable opportunities. Where possible, we will include engagement in these activities as a condition within the ABCs (Acceptable Behaviour Contracts) that we agree with the families involved. Sadly, it is the case that some members of this gang have moved passed a point where Southway are realistically able to provide any meaningful support. In these cases we will continue to work closely with the police, and intend to pursue the legal routes available to us around tenancy enforcement.
Environmental Target Hardening around Neville Drive: We are working with the Neighbourhoods Team and the Environmental & Sustainability Management Officer to look at Crime Prevention through Environmental design in the area.
CCTV camera on Newbrook Avenue: There have been further technical issues in relation to this camera, we can now confirm that the issues have been resolved and the camera is now back online.
Door Cameras: The Doorbell cameras have been gifted to certain residents that have been regular victims of ASB. The complaints have significantly reduced in this area.
Fly tipping: The Neighbourhoods Team and MCC are working in partnership to identify and investigate those responsible, following information from local residents that have witnessed fly tipping incidents, this work is on-going.
Incidents: Southway has seen a significant reduction in the amount of complaints received. Southway have liaised with GMP to check their systems to see if the data is the same.
Parenting Support/Tenancy Enforcement/Youth Engagement: Southway has previously taken Tenancy Enforcement action against the parents of some of the young persons identified. A number of the young persons have also signed up to Acceptable Behaviour Contracts and agreed to engage with a Restorative Justice group (Remedi). Their key aim is to reduce the criminalisation of children and young people who are on the periphery of the criminal justice system. This will be achieved through a restorative approach – getting to the underlying issues – and tailoring their work around the needs of the young people. In addition to this we are offering Parenting Support
We will build and develop...
24 Units for Shared Ownership
- • 24 x 2 Bed Apartments
Start on site: March 2019
Build completion: September 2019
Barlow Moor Road
- 15 x 1 Bed Apartments
- 24 x 2 Bed Apartments
Scheme onsite at 501 Barlow Moor Road to create 3 new homes under the Rough Sleeper programme.
Find out more information on this development here
- 12 x 3 Bed Apartments
For updates on our Nell Lane development click here
39 Shared Ownership apartments
A property has been purchased on Barlow Moor Road to create 3 new homes under the Rough Sleeper programme
Planning submitted for Irish Club on High Lane
We have been selected as preferred partner to deliver minimum of 24 age friendly apartments at Ryebank Fields
More information released soon
We will provide these age friendly and support services...
Activities at the Sheltered Housing Schemes
The Age Friendly Delivery Team manage our Sheltered Housing Schemes and bungalow sites in Chorlton. The Officers carry out health and wellbeing visits to our residents living in these properties. In our Sheltered Housing Schemes residents have access to communal facilities, a lounge, laundry and gardens and the properties benefit from a community alarm which is monitored 24/7 365 by an offsite company who can provide reassurance and contact services in the event of a health emergency.
The following activities take place weekly at Holland Court:
- Monday – arm chair exercise with Charlotte 10.30 to 11.30am
- Tuesday – Crafts with Glenys 1.00 to 3.00pm
- Wednesday – Alternative weeks coffee morning / Yoga with Spiros
- Thursday – Hair dressing 11.30 to 3.00pm with Julie
- Friday – 1.00 to 3.00pm Crocheting with Glenys
In addition, there are periodic Time Bank Events held at Holland Court which will be advertised locally.
Chorlton Peer Support Network
The aim is to reduce loneliness and isolation and build a sense of neighbourliness and community by developing a network of trained older people acting as a Peer Support Network, who develop activities that create connections and improve wellbeing. We are looking for volunteers from Chorlton become involved in the project.
Holland Court, Chorlton
Holland Court in Chorlton held a Christmas party and day trip to Blackpool was organised. Regular activities include craft club and coffee mornings.
We will provide customer investment and community involvement...
Cost of Living Community Lunch
Cost of Living Community Lunch hosted by Barlow Moor Community Association which took place on the 1st of March 2023. Lots of services and activities were in attendance to provide information and advice.
- Antisocial behaviour – March Update
Here are your local services, green spaces, community hubs and more. Click the icon in the top left corner of the map, to open the menu:
Events, courses and opportunities coming up in Chorlton. Please add your own community events by clicking Submit Event:
- Your Neighbourhood Officers
- Your Income Officers
Your Local Police Team
PCSO Darren Frook
PCSO Jonathan Hall
Inspector Paul Bray
PCSO Simon Clements
Constable Stuart Anderson
Contact your local team
Phone: 0161 856 4973
Your Community Centres and Libraries
Barlow Moor Community Association23 Merseybank Ave, Manchester M21 7NT0161 446 4805
Manchester Rd, Manchester M21 9PN
Chorlton Park Sure Start Children's Centre
Your GPs and Medical Centres
Merseybank Surgey36 Merseybank Ave, Manchester M21 7NN
David Medical Centre
274 Barlow Moor Rd, Manchester M21 8HA
0161 881 2297
Chorlton Family Practice
1 Nicolas Rd, Manchester M21 9NJ
0161 881 4545
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Do you have an idea that would make Chorlton an even greater place to live?
The Beautiful South Fund is funding of up to £2,500 for any group or individual with an idea focussed around community projects, whether they are big or small, that help improve and bring people together within your neighbourhood. The theme of the fund is neighbourliness.
Some community initiative ideas could include:
- Improving green space
- Funding local footy team
- Coffee mornings
- Neighbourly meet ups
Interested in applying?
Download the Application Form here.
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Return it by email to Maureen Ward – firstname.lastname@example.org
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What would you like to see Southway do next in Chorlton and Merseybank?