What we have achieved so far
Thanks to this investment by the Home Office we have delivered some real and lasting changes to Central St Leonards!
Areas including Decimus Burton Way, the path down to Warrior Square Station and Church Road/DeCham Triangle have been cleared up, Goat Ledge and the old HSBC building in Norman Road will soon get some great new mural artwork, and we have plans to install planters to protect the pavements in Kings Road. ESCC have also promised to relay original York Stone paving in Kings Road to replace the temporary asphalt patches. Valentines Passage will soon have a new gate to secure it, and subject to various planning issues Laser Lane may also be gated in a few months’ time.
– residential and business security –
Helping homes and shops to cut down on burglary and theft through improved security measures and better communication between neighbours and the police.
Have you joined Shopwatch yet – it is FREE for business in the area
Our business survey received some great responses:
“With the most recent drug dealer on the street, several of us shopkeepers continually reported to Crimestoppers. He was eventually arrested and evicted. Good news all round!”
PCC Katy Bourne on the BBC News
Katy Bourne visited st Leonards again this week to talk on the BBC about the investment her office has secured for the town.
The Safer St Leonards project used a multi-pronged approach to reducing crime in the area. We have worked with local residents and businesses to ensure the work we do meets your needs.
Our team asked for your ideas – and listenedview more
If you own a business in the area we will continue to work with youview more
We have paid for many home security measuresview more
Mural grants were avaiolable for homes and shopsview more
Safer St Leonards is delivered by the following organisations:
Crime prevention and investigation
Sussex Police Crime Commissioner
Hastings Borough Council
Hastings Business Crime Reduction Partnership
Heart of Hastings
Safer Hastings Partnership
We are waiting to hear from you if you have any information or ideas that will help us to cut crime in the area