New Covid marshals have been told to patrol the area
Local police, college representatives and councillors are going to tell people about the action being taken to prevent further problems in the area.
It is after a student was reportedly assaulted on the campus and other acts of anti-social behaviour occurred nearby.
“Recent events in Ardleigh Green have been shocking and unacceptable,” said Romford MP, Andrew Rosindell, who will also be attending the meeting.
“Local residents must not be left to feel threatened and unsafe in this way and I will do everything in my power, in conjunction with the Police, Havering Colleges and Havering Council, to ensure swift action to make our community safe again.”
The MP for Hornchurch and Upminster, Julia Lopez, previously contacted Havering Colleges and confirmed several students had been suspended following the incident. Knife arches and drug dog searches are also being put in place on the campus.
Havering Council has also asked its new Covid marshals to patrol the area.
The leader of the council, Damian White, said: “The reports that we have received about anti-social behaviour at the college aren’t acceptable, but we’re pleased to see that the college has acted quickly to clamp down on the situation.
“The meeting will give us an opportunity to have an open discussion and give residents our reassurance that we and the different agencies are working together to sort things out.”
It will take place this Thursday, 26 November, between 6.30pm and 7.30pm and can be accessed via Eventbrite.
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