A MEETING was held to discuss concerns about anti-social and criminal behaviour blighting an area of Great Horton.
It was organised by Bradford South MP Judith Cummins to discuss the problems in the Beldon Road area and the progress being made to tackle them.
She was joined by local councillors Joanne Dodds and Tariq Hussain, Chief Superintendent Alisa Newman and Ian Day, Bradford Council’s Assistant Director for Neighbourhoods.
Mrs Cummins said people would lose confidence in the police and Bradford Council’s ability to act if they didn’t see effective action to stop the behaviour they’ve had to endure.
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