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Seaside is a very stable and close-knit community where residents take a real pride in their area. It is totally unacceptable that a handful of individuals should be allowed to make their neighbours lives a misery.

Join me, Lee Waters AM and Glanymor’s county councillors John Prosser and Louvain Roberts in the Selwyn Samuel Centre at 5.30pm on Thursday 18th April to raise concerns about anti-social behaviour or other issues with the police, council and housing association officers.

I am calling on all the relevant authorities to use their powers to the full to stamp out anti-social behaviour. To that end, I welcome measures such as the imposition of an order on a particular property limiting the number of visitors, as a way to help restore respect for the neighbours.

But we need sustained efforts to drive home the message that we will not tolerate any anti-social behaviour in Seaside, and to make sure that all residents can enjoy their lives in peace and quiet.