Tuesday 10 October 2017 9.03pm
Thanks everyone for your comments
Residents do have to sign terms re: behaviour but St Mungos are reluctant to kick people out as this pushes the problem elsewhere in the Borough for the Council to deal with.
This St Mungos hostel is wet, so residents can go freely in/out with alcohol ( which they regularly do) and again the hostel is reluctant to change this as they state their cannot enforce/police this effectively
The enforcement of both items above I believe would make a big difference, along with a proactive approach from St Mungos management.
With this in mind, I am meeting with St Mungos and Neil Coyle
's office on 17th Oct as the situation hasn't improved enough.
If you are negatively impacted by St Mungos, please contact Neil's office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
which will help put pressure on the hostel to change, take responsibility and manage the situation appropriately, which they acknowledge is not currently being done.
We need everyone affected to contact Neil so it is high on the agenda for St Mungos and the Council to resolve