Welcome to your community safety website! Established in 2006 as an offshoot of REVAMP (Ampthill) Ltd., the ACSG has spread its wings considerably. We intend to use this website to tell you how we suppport local authorities in their duty to provide a safe living and working environment in our town and larger community.
Please let us know your local safety concerns!
A video of chairman John Plummer outlining the ACSG
PLAY VIDEO http://www.ampthillcommunitysafety.org.uk/VID00015.AVI
Station Road Questionnaire
Ampthill Community Safety Group would like to thank everyone
who took part in the above. The results have taken some time to
evaluate because of the way the questionnaire was structured.
· The preferred option is for parking restrictions to be introduced at busy school times.
· Removing the southern footpath came second.
· Priory built-outs came third.
· Creating a one way loop around The Crescent came last.
Residents made other suggestions, for example with regard to
access and egress from Station Road, traffic calming and doing a
survey of how children get to school (walking or by car).
These results are now with Ampthill Town Council for them to take
forward to Central Bedfordshire Council. Hopefully a decision will
be taken as soon as possible to remedy this potentially dangerous
situation for school children walking to and from The Firs and
Ampthill Community Safety Group
To promote community safety within Ampthill in order to improve the quality of life for residents.
- Devise and develop initiatives working in partnership with local authorities, agencies, and organisations
- Set appropriate priorities and targets
- Pursue funding schemes in order to finance projects
- Provide feedback to Central Bedfordshire Council and Bedfordshire Police
- Act as a consultative body for Central Bedfordshire Council and Bedfordshire Police
- Recommend priorities for the Ampthill Local Policing Team and successors in title.
Download ACSG Constitution
Street Watch in Action
John Plummer and Peter Downing in Market Square
Ready for Christmas Lights Switch-On
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