A Blue Print for Neighbourhood Action Brandwood & Kings Heath Ward
Example of blue and white outdoor printed ‘interventions’ to hang in relevant spaces using residents’ words, hopes and dreams – taken from future community-led Neighbourhood Action Plan.
The neighbourhood's hopes and dreams for the King Dawberry alley.
Ideas for far for making the alley a safer and cleaner space:
cutting back trees to increase light
Increase lighting – triggered by movement sensors
Fundraise to install a security camera linked to the police station to monitor anti-social behaviour, drug dealing, persistent dog owners who do not pick up dog mess and fly tipping into surrounding wasteland
Fundraise for youth (or similar) worker to engage positively with young people using the alley for anti-social behaviour
Implement Public Spaces Protection Order in the alley and surrounding area and increase police monitoring
Create an adopt the alley scheme for regular litter picking
Fix or mitigate risk from tree roots lifting pavement
Create artwork to enliven the ally and make it awesome rather than alienating!
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