Näsby 2030 - Vision and how do we get there?
Kb Mosaik will be leading the conversation. The headline is "Näsby 2030 - Vision and how do we get there?" The Editorial team have collected questions from people who live and / or work in the area.
Patrik, with his son Ibbe, are at the family centre. He says:
– What plans do politicians have for housing? There are areas with only apartment blocks or only housing cooperatives or villas. As a result, there is no natural mix of different groups of people, he says.
Muna Ismael has two children. She is worried about security and crime.
– Young people, who wear masks, drive motorcycles at high speeds. It's very dangerous. I'm afraid that my children when they get a little older, will grow up in this environment.
Many people want to ask questions about how to get rid of drug dealing and crime.
There are many people with good skills in Gamlegården and Näsby.
– How will they be harnessed? wonders Lisa Björk, from House of Beatrice.
Many efforts are made by Skåne sports, including football at night.
– There is a commitment and a glow in the eyes of young people. But as they get older, it fades. Therefore, it’s necessary to make efforts as early as possible - who is responsible for it? asks Staffan Berlin.
These politicians will be asked questions
Politicians from all of the parties in the Municipal Council are participating: Pierre Månsson (the Liberals), Peter Johansson (the Moderates), Anders Tell (the Social Democrats), Lena Holst (the Centre Party), Jan Svensson (the Christian Democrats), Mikael Persson (the Left Party) and Niclas Nilsson (the Swedish Democrats).
The panel will sit from 3-5 pm tomorrow Saturday, September 21st, in Gamlegården shopping centre. Kb Mosaik, ABK and Framtidsvekan are hosting the event.