Central Acton Clean-up by Police and Council

Dispersal order and signs of street cleaning



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If you wish to report antisocial behaviour in the Dispersal Area you can do so by contacting the:

South Acton Safer Neighbourhood Team on 020 8649 3574

Ealing Borough Police (Non Emergency Telephone Number) 020-8810-1212
Via E-Mail to: ealingintelligence-xb@met.police.uk

Ealing Council on 020-8825-5000

Alternatively please contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800-555-111

In an Emergency always dial 999.

Safer Neighbourhood Teams
East Acton Ward 020-8721 2708
South Acton Ward 020-8721 7189
Acton Central Ward 020-8721-7190/020 8721 2921
Southfield Ward 020-8721-2946
Crime Prevention Office 020-8246-1252

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There are no full details as yet, but ActonW3.com was alerted earlier today by Acton Safer Neighbourhood Team that a dispersal order has been placed on the Mount.

On the same day, there were signs that residents and shoppers may benefit from cleaning operations on the Market Square.

Full details on the dispersal order will be given as soon as we have been given them by Ealing Borough Police. It is expected that the dispersal order will be targeting the drunk and disorderly behaviour which has blighted Acton Central recently. It has been much discussed on the ActonW3.com Forum and will be welcomed by some of the posters.

On the same day, Marta Masiulaniec, Business Support Officer at Action Acton reported that Ealing Council are investigating sending a special contractor to clean the Mount where Acton Market is held every week on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Since it was re-vamped, the Mount has been blighted by dirt, discarded chewing gum and stains on the surface. We were told that Ealing Council is investigating testing out a new contractor in order to see if their cleaning methods can be effective there. It is hoped the cleaning will happen in time for Christmas markets which start on December 6th.

November 19, 2008