Anthony Morrow Community Development Officer

Sanctuary Housing

‘We are excited to work with Street Cones and Glasgow South HSCP on this innovative project to tackle anti-social behaviour. We are really keen that residents’ experience shapes the delivery of this and that young people are involved throughout the whole process and the proposal by Street Cones took that to heart.’

Ann Duffy Health Improvement Lead (South Sector)

Glasgow Health and Social Care Partnership

‘We are thrilled to be involved in an exciting partnership with Sanctuary Housing and Street Cones funded by Cashback 5 initiative to address the issues and perceptions of anti-social behaviour within Priesthill and Househillwood. The initiatives will bring many benefits to the community including involving young people in decision making through a community budgeting process.  This innovative programme will help young people develop positive community behaviours as a way of preventing later anti-social behaviour.’   

Tom Jackson Street Cones Chair and Head of Community Justice Glasgow

Street Cones are delighted to be working with Sanctuary Housing and the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership to explore the theme of anti-social behaviour with both local residents and also primary school children. The idea of bringing more of a proactive strategy to such a challenging issue by working with younger children is both innovative and groundbreaking.

At the heart of our work is a belief that people of all ages can be agents of change in their communities.  We welcome the opportunity to support the young people and residents in Priesthill and Housheillwood to find their voice and to share it via the planned workshops, short film and stage play.