Representations list

Support

Representation ID: 3116

Received: 01/03/2019

Respondent: Mr Murray Foster

Item: 11.2 What do think are the possible options available for resolving these issues

Representation:

properly resourced support services to keep it brief

Support

Representation ID: 3145

Received: 03/03/2019

Respondent: Mr Neil Hampson

Item: 11.2 What do think are the possible options available for resolving these issues

Representation:

Strict law enforcement
Zero tolerance to crime
Punishment for crime - proper punishment and making criminal pay financially
Teaching children manners & respect with social responsibility

Comment

Representation ID: 3358

Received: 14/03/2019

Respondent: Mr Ian McLernon

Item: 11.2 What do think are the possible options available for resolving these issues

Representation:

Leigh/Chalkwell - sustainable local plan, that has local residents and local business engagement in developing it. Which is then applied consistently on a) new developments b) enhancements to area c) mix of residential, commercial, education and entertainment

Recognise that we are not just talking about main shopping areas such as Leigh Broadway, Westcliff Hamlet Court Road - but the area as a whole

Support

Representation ID: 3373

Received: 14/03/2019

Respondent: Southend Borough Council - Regulatory Services

Item: 11.2 What do think are the possible options available for resolving these issues

Representation:

It is difficult. Although tourists are important for the town there must be a balance and schemes to encourage people away from car use must be considered. As regards Housing, the local authority must ensure that infrastructure is in place to accompany newly built properties.

Comment

Representation ID: 3600

Received: 01/04/2019

Respondent: mrs angela baldock

Item: 11.2 What do think are the possible options available for resolving these issues

Representation:

1. Limit number of cars per household
2. Ensure sufficient parking spaces for new developments
3. Limit number of bungalow conversions to 2 storey buildings to ensure sufficient future level access properties are available to allow elderly people to move thereby freeing up family size dwellings.
4. Ensure "well used" open spaces also have wildlife friendly habitat that cannot be trampled by dogs and people.

Object

Representation ID: 3797

Received: 02/04/2019

Respondent: Mrs Gaynor Martin

Item: 11.2 What do think are the possible options available for resolving these issues

Representation:

There are already several blocks of flats being built in Westcliff and I don't think permission should be given for any more. Also, I don't like the existing effect of large numbers of people crammed into one house, especially if the landlord is not present or does not fulfil his/her duties. There are often 6 cars to a 2-car frontage, the rubbish dumped on the streets is intolerable. There has been gradual improvement in the last 2 years in Ramuz, Beedel, Brightwell, Valkyrie etc Roads where houses have been sold and renovated and lived in by families and couples who want to settle here and contribute to the community.

Comment

Representation ID: 4161

Received: 22/03/2019

Respondent: Leigh-on-Sea Town Council

Item: 11.2 What do think are the possible options available for resolving these issues

Representation:

Better dialogue and transparency by the Borough Council, visible community policing. The introduction of more parish councils could have a positive effect on the communities in Westcliff, Shoebury, Eastwood and Thorpebay which in turn to lead to devolution of facilities and services to benefit those communities and the Leigh Town Council community more