Aylesbury East neighbourhood

Your neighbourhood

Local priorities

The following priorities have been identified by the community and the police:

  1. Burglary - Our number one priority will remain burglary; this is due to the recent burglaries in the Bedgrove Area. We have now also suffered a number of burglaries in the Bierton and Hulcott area, all of which have taken place during the daytime. I would urge you all to be vigilant and should you have any information, please call us or crime stoppers.. The winter months and darker nights are here!! Please make use of time switches and make your home look occupied during the dark hours.
  2. Speeding on Broughton Lane, Broughton Avenue and Bedgrove - Speeding along Broughton Lane, Broughton Avenue and Bedgrove continues to be an issue. We have data to prove there is an issue due to our enforcement action. This month alone we have carried out several speed enforcement operations including the use of the Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR). This has proven productive in terms of issuing tickets out to offenders, and has provided some reassurance to members of the public. We continue to work with county councillors to seek a long term solution for Broughton Lane. We will work with partners to increase signage around Broughton Avenue to raise awareness. I have been in contact with Cllr Gomm at Buckinghamshire County Council, we have agreed 18 locations to carry out traffic and speed surveys.
  3. Parking on Bedgrove and Cambourne Avenue, near to Jansel Square (Lay by) - I have been in contact with colleagues at Buckinghamshire County Council and Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust. We are in the process of issuing some warning letters to local residents, some of whom live above the Sainsburys Store and some live along Bedgrove and Cambourne Avenue. I have seen several vehicles recently which have been obstructing the crossing and some parts of the highway. I am now going to consider invoking our seizure and recovery powers for those vehicles which cause an obstruction, to warn you, the cost will fall on you to have the vehicle released. Please can I urge you all to take much greater care in your parking, I am in touch with the County Councillor Phil Gomm to consider new regulations for the layby.

These are being dealt with by your neighbourhood policing team in partnership with residents and other agencies. Progress will be reported in the Neighbourhood updates.

Neighbourhood updates

Have Your Say meetings

Meet your local neighbourhood officers and have your say on policing priorities and concerns in your local area.

Find out more about Have Your Say meetings.

Type: Have Your Say Meeting
Date: Friday, 09 January 2015
Time: 14:00 - 15:00
Venue: More Cafe, Parton Road, Aylesbury
Contact: PCSO Holly Newall

Neighbourhood officers

  • Inspector Kelly Glister
  • Sergeant Dave Washington
  • PC Mandy Cutler
  • PC Neil Anns
  • PCSO Peter Hall
  • PCSO Daniel Ludlow
  • PCSO Holly Newall