Uplyme neighbourhood assessment

PUBLISHED: 14:25 18 August 2009 | UPDATED: 23:59 15 June 2010

On Wednesday, August 26, EDDC s environmental health team will be conducting a neighbourhood assessment in Uplyme.

On Wednesday, August 26, EDDC's environmental health team will be conducting a neighbourhood assessment in Uplyme.

Staff will be joined by police officers from Axminster, a representative from the Red Cross and officers from the council's housing service.

The purpose of the assessments is to seek residents' views about their neighbourhood and, with the support of all the agencies involved, to resolve any issues they might have.

The team will be gathering at Uplyme Village Hall at 10am.

As well as carrying out a door-to-door survey of residents, there will be an open surgery in the village hall from 11am to 3pm on the same day.


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