Grays 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.”

Grays Thurrock Councillors

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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