Monday, October 30, 2006

Security at Dennis Cadman House

The security and wellbeing of local people is of paramount concern to Aylesford Conservatives. We were therefore very worried when residents from Dennis Cadman House in the RBL Village contacted us with stories of "uninvited visitors" entering the building and drunks using the halls and stairwells to sleep.

Unlike most other similar properties in the area, Dennis Cadnam House does not have a door entryphone system.

John Balcombe immediatley contacted Housing 21 to see what could be done about improving security.

Now, thanks to his efforts, the residents of Dennis Cadman House are going to be consulted on the installation of door entryphones.

John Balcombe, local Parish Councillor and Chairman of Aylesford Conservatives, has written to the occupants of Dennis Cadman House to tell them of the forthcoming consultation and promising to keep them informed of future developments.

25th November UPDATE
Housing 21 have just been in touch with John Balcombe to say residents have voted against the installation of a door entry-phone system. Out of 28 votes received, 15 voted against and 13 in favour.

However, Housing 21 have assured us that if residents change their minds over the dark winter months, they will still consider the installation for the future.


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