Again, Covid-19 is at the top of the list, We are still in lockdown, with the only difference being, the schools going back on the 8th March. The government have set out a road map which we will be watching very carefully. We are still keen for everyone to abide by the regulations as we move though each stage.
A reminder of the main regulation we need to abide to: You must stay at home. The single most important action we can all take is to stay at home to protect the NHS and save lives. HANDS FACE SPACE
Full list of rules and regulation can be found on https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Dunton Green and Riverhead
We have had to visit several households after reports of Covid breeches, strong words of advice were given and, in some cases, covid fines were issued. We have had several drug related calls in the area, we are continuing to work hard on this issue to identify the offenders, once we have done this, the appropriate action will be taken. If any member of the public has any information of these issues, please call 101
Halstead, Knockholt and B/Mount
Brokehill has now quieten down and I am very pleased to see a lovely new fence along the main road section of the site, This we help prevent anyone accessing the site. There has been a spate of Fly tipping in the area, if anyone sees or has any information please call Sevenoaks district council.
There has been a few incidents at St Andrews woods, Shacklands road of a group of dogs attacking other dogs, The group of dogs are not from this area. CSU and the dog warden are working closely together, and will be dealing with the offending dogs and their owners accordingly
Westerham and Crockham Hill
We are still dealing with calls a few regarding anti-social behaviour and nuisance youths around the Westerham area. There has been a lot of work and evidence gathering by the Community Safety Unit, Local PCSOs and the Problem-Solving Task Team. As a result, Community Protection Warnings and Community Protection Notices have been issued, which will continue to be monitored and further action taken where necessary, and for the persistent offenders, arrests have been made.
There has been some calls about inconsiderate parking, which has caused a few issues with the residents, please can I ask all vehicle owners to be mindful where they park, we can remove vehicles if they are causing an obstruction.
Brasted, Chevening and Sundridge
We have had reports of covid breaches mainly around the Toys hill / Chipstead lake areas, these calls have been followed up and action has been taken. Kent Police are currently taking a zero-tolerance approach with covid breaches, and fines have been, and will continue to be issued to those who ignore/breach government covid regulations. Local PCSOs also continue to regularly patrol Toys Hill, Ide Hill, Chipstead and the surrounding area. Please remember we still have to follow government guide lines