COUNCILLORS’ CCTV VICTORY FOR SEABROOKE RESIDENTS
GRAYS Riverside Councillors have welcomed the agreement with Thurrock Council to install CCTV on Seabrooke Rise. Following residents’ concerns around anti social behaviour and gangs, a petition was collected and handed in by Cllr Martin Kerin. There followed lobbying and campaigning to ensure that agreement could be reached.
Cllr Jane Pothecary said: “I’m pleased that we finally have an agreement for CCTV. It is something our residents want and it will help to make them feel safe.”
Cllr Tony Fish said: “We have been working with the Seabrooke Estate Residents Association in order to make the area safer. We will continue to do this in the future.”
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