Launch of SEAL community website

SEAL has recently announced the launch of a new community action website www.mystreetsouthend.com, a sister site to www.mytownsouthend.com which promotes positive events in the town.

The aim of the new site is to provide contact details and give supportive suggestions for residents and landlords who want to improve the area in which they live or have property.

Mystreet is set up to help and inform residents how to better manage their street, as well as to encourage the setting up of street groups, associations and neighbourhood watch groups. It provides a platform for the groups to share news, ways to achieve what they want for their street, such as dealing with anti-social behaviour, encouraging better managed properties and rubbish management.

Pace Properties is proud to be a founding member of SEAL and supporter of the new site www.mystreetsouthend.com.

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