Estate walkabout actions

After each estate walkabout, our neighbourhood officers let people know about what they find and the actions they take to solve any issues.

Here are some examples of actions taken after recent estate walkabouts:

Estate walkabout report

Hartlepool area

Owton Manor – July and August 2017

The neighbourhood officer visited streets in Owton Manor and noted issues in some properties, including: untidy gardens, household waste in gardens and minor damage to some properties.

Our officer gave advice to customers on a range of issues and arranged for a variety of work to take place to solve the issues and improve the look of the neighbourhood. This included planting wildflowers in an area of the estate. You can find out more about the actions:

Foggy Furze, Seaton Carew Estate and Seaton Lane – May 2017

The neighbourhood officer visited the estates and noted issues in some properties, including: untidy gardens, fly tipping and empty properties.

Our officer gave advice to customers on a range of issues and arranged for a variety of work to take place to solve the issues and improve the look of the neighbourhood. You can find out more about the actions:

See the schedule for future walkabouts in Hartlepool that you can join in with.