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Our Neighbourhood Team has written an open letter to all residents reminding everyone to respect the right to the quiet enjoyment of their home.
In an ongoing series of interviews, we are asking a number of staff and volunteers about how their lives have changed since lockdown.
Across the country there has been an increase in suspicious volunteers targeting elderly and vulnerable people.
Between 18-24 May, SW9 will once again be supporting Mental Health Awareness Week.
SW9 would like to remind residents that we are still only undertaking priority and emergency repairs.
In the past week we have received reports of residents breaking into the Duck Pond area at Wynter House.
During lockdown SW9 has seen a rise in the number of ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour) cases being reported to us.
Please note that the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have suspended Universal Credit claimants’ arrears payments to SW9.
In an ongoing series of interviews, we are asking a number of staff and residents about how their lives have changed since lockdown.