Ascot, Sunninghill and Sunningdale Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG)



                                                                   
                     

        Superintendent Bhupinder Rai                                     Cllr. David Hilton              
                     
 Thames Valley Police                                 Chair Neighbourhood Action Group  
                       Local Policing Area Commander                                                     
                        Windsor and Maidenhead        

Ascot NAG's Disabled Parking Awareness Campaign - Aug 2016 

Community Warden Steve Saunder's Newsletter - Dec 2016

1. What is the Neighbourhood Action Group?

2. How is it made up?

3. What are its objectives?

4. What are its priorities?

5. How can you help us to help you?

6. Achievements in the five years since its inception

October 2013 initiative - Traffic calming on Sunninghill Road

Please click on the links for the answers....



Members of the Ascot NAG


Ascot, Sunninghill and Sunningdale NAG Performance

 Priority Outcomes for 2012/13

 Burglary

We publish statistics on this web site that show the annual moving average for burglaries in the Ascot area. This shows that burglaries have fallen from 89 in 2011/12 to 63 in 2012/13 which, after a peak of 120 in 2008/9, is what we have come to expect. We decided to make it difficult for for burglars to operate in our area and achieve this through the presence of the Burglary Road Show at a number of local events. The Burglary Road show raises awareness of what residents can do to better secure their properties and deter burglars. .
Vehicle NuisanceOur Neighbourhood Police are active with a radar speed gun which act as a deterrent to speeding motorists, the use of the automatic number plate recognition camera (ANP) on the A30 has also helped. After much lobbying a chicane has been built on Sunninghill Road, a road where motorists have persistently broken speed limits. Speeds on the road have now dropped from 36 mph to 30 mph.
The use of mobile phones whilst driving remains a concern of many local residents and with compelling evidence that this is a contributor to accidents we would like to see a national campaign to stop this road safety hazard.

Anti-Social Behaviour

Anti-social behavior has continued to fall which is evidenced in the statistics provided in the priorities section of this web site. Reported incidents of anti-social behavior have fallen from 328 in 2011/12 to 209 in 2012/13. Some of this impressive fall of 36% could well have been due to the poor summer in 2013 but there has been much more joint working with schools, police and the council’s community wardens which have also helped