Hello, my name is PCSO Will Evans and with my colleagues PC Adrian Fowler , PC Debbie Johnson and PCSO Laura Spence have been dealing with the issues and problems that residents and the community of Ely have been experiencing. Please attend your PACT meetings to discuss any matters that concern you and how we can resolve them. We look forward to seeing you there.
Ely is a very close community in the West of Cardiff. Grand Avenue is the main thouroughfare and has many Schools and Churches and Community groups in the area.
You can contact us on our mobile numbers:- PC Adrian Fowler 07805301212, PC Debbie Johnson 07584771292, PCSO Laura Spence 07825273074 and myself PCSO Will Evans 07584883607.
LAURA AND WILL ARE ALWAYS OUT OF FOOT PATROL PLEASE STOP AND HAVE A CHAT TO THEM WHEN YOU SEE THEM.
GRAND AVENUE DAY CENTRE, GRAND AVENUE @ 7PM
Sue Leader local resident and Pact chair will look forward to seeing you at your next pact meeting. Everyone will be made welcome.
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To view information on the priorities click the link. The current priorities are:
Priority 1Parking Issues
Location: wilson road - outside st francis school
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To view information on a PACT Project click the link. The current PACT Projects are:
- MOTOR CYCLE ANNOYANCE - LLEWELLYN AVENUE AND ARCHER RECREATIONAL GROUND
- Ely residents have been complaining of the motor cycle annoyance in the area the is an ongoing issue and is a Cardiff wide issue.
- Burning of metal in the open land behind the houses.
- There has been an increase in the amount of metal which is being gathered and left in the open area are the rear of the House, this has also resulted in fires being lit to burn the coverings off the metal.
This has resulted in a large increase of youth loitering around in the area for no apparant reason.
Residents at last night PACT meeting 14th November, 2012 stated that the burning of scrap has again increased in the area. Officers will patrol the area and speak with local residents.
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