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Peter Writes: What a joke by the council. Instead of a reactive solution to the problem why don’t they try something proactive like building a youth complex or a sports club. Building a rehab in between two pubs and less than a mile from Saracen Street where drugs are ten a penny, you couldnt make it up. Gross incompetence no wonder David Comley is retiring.

But Sandra disagrees.

Sandra writes:

Depriving an already deprived area of its one park, for whatever reason is hard to agree with.
The question of whether:” deprived communities already suffering from poor infrastructure, unemployment and a lack of opportunities, where drugs and alcohol problems are already major local problems should be used to provide sites of care for people who require a lot of help and resources to integrate well into communities – resources which deprived communities are often badly equipped to provide?” is more complicated.

It could be argued that if the money and resources were brought in, there would be no difficulty and it would be a good idea for those with drink/drugs problems to be treated close to family support.
Or it could be argued that sites of care are best provided in an area away from the one where the drugs/drink habit developed.

So far 92% of you have voted to say that “deprived communities already suffering from poor infrastructure, unemployment and a lack of opportunities, where drugs and alcohol problems are already major local problems be used to provide sites of care for people who require a lot of help and resources to integrate well into communities – resources which deprived communities are often badly equipped to provide – should not have developments of this type. Why not join the debate today?
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