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University neighbours are fed up with parking problems, HMOs, litter and public disturbance, say Northcourt Avenue Residents’ Association

Garbage at the Whitley Park Lane bus stop

Garbage at the Whitley Park Lane bus stop

People living near the University of Reading (UoR) think that the university and its students are causing parking problems, damaging local communities by demanding more houses in multiple occupation (HMOs), littering and causing late-night disturbances. The Northcourt Avenue Residents’ Association (NARA) have released the analysis of a consultation they ran this year to see what residents really thought about living next to the University.

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Thames Valley Police come to Farmers Close and Linden Road on 11 November

The Church and Whitley neighbourhood team from Thames Valley Police will hold a Have Your Say Meeting at Farmers Close on Monday 11 November at 6.00pm and at 7.15pm on Linden Road, both in Whitley .

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Thames Valley Police come to the Waterloo Meadows Children’s Centre on 13 November

Sun sets on the Katesgrove children's centre

The Katesgrove neighbourhood policing team will be at the Katesgrove Community Association Meeting on Wednesday 13 November at 7pm at the Children’s Centre, Waterloo Meadows, off Elgar Road, Reading.

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Police at Morrisons on 7 November offer advice against burglary

Thames Valley Police are hosting a drop-in event at Morrisons on Basingstoke Road, Whitley on Thursday 7 November between 10am and 2pm.

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Thames Valley Police come to the London Road campus on 7 November

The Redlands neighbourhood policing team will hold their East Reading Safer Neighbourhood Forum on Thursday 7 November at 7.00pm at Reading University’s London Road campus in building L33, room G01.

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Thames Valley Police come to Gregg’s on 30 October

Greggs is open

Greggs is open

The Katesgrove neighbourhood policing team will hold a Have Your Say Meeting on Wednesday 30 October at 11.00am at Gregg’s Bakers on Whitley Street.

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Council wants Reading’s views on community safety

Reading Borough Council (RBC) is undertaking a community safety survey. These surveys take place every two years. If you participated in the 2017 survey you will recognise that this year’s is very similar. The opinions of Reading residents on issues in their area may not translate directly into the priorities set for Reading because other opinions and crime statistics are also taken into account.

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Thames Valley Police come to Gregg’s on 2 October

The Katesgrove neighbourhood policing team are holding a Have Your Say Meeting on Wednesday 2 October at 11.00am at Gregg’s Bakers on Whitley Street.

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Thames Valley Police come to the Waterloo Meadows Children’s Centre on 11 September

The Katesgrove neighbourhood policing team will be at the Katesgrove Community Association Meeting on Wednesday 11 September at 7.00pm at Waterloo Meadows Children’s Centre, off Elgar Road, Reading.

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Thames Valley Police come to Gregg’s on 4 September

Drawing of the old Wellington Arms (now Greggs) on Whitley Street, by Huma Jehan.

The Katesgrove neighbourhood policing team will hold a Have Your Say Meeting on Wednesday 4 September at 11.00am at Gregg’s Bakers on Whitley Street .

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