Report into Boston's migrant community published

Wednesday, October 3rd 2012 08:09

It makes twenty eight recommendations about how to relieve the pressure on local services...

A report into Boston's population change has been described as a 'serious attempt' to reduce tensions in the town.

It's been published after months of research surrounding the rapid growth of migrant communities and the impact they're having on the area.

Today's report makes 28 recommendations about how to tackle a decades worth of tension.

Some of the key issues raised in the report include clamping down on street drinking and unregistered cars along with the licensing of houses of multiple occupancy which are causing anti social behaviour and littering problems.

Whilst the report is made up of local concerns it holds regional and national bodies responsible for the solutions.

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