In 10 years the service has dealt with over 700 cases, with many more enquiries and appeals for assistance.
This in turn means that we have dealt with over 2,500 residents within the borough of Broxtowe.
What is Mediation?
Mediation is a way of solving problems between neighbours. Trained mediators listen and talk to the people involved. They do not take sides or judge anybody, but aim to help neighbours reach an agreement that works for everyone.
How does it work?
Mediation takes place in your own home to find out more about the problem and what you want to happen. Only with your permission, we then contact your neighbours to arrange a similar visit to them.
Please use the contact information to your right where we would be happy to help. Alternatively you can meet with us at:
- Stapleford Care Centre, Church Street
- First Wednesday in the month, 10.00 - 11.00 a.m.
- Beeston CAB, Broxtowe Borough Council Offices, Foster Avenue
- First Friday in the month, 10.00 - 11.00 a.m.
- Eastwood CAB, Wellington Place
- Last Tuesday in the month 12.30 - 1.30 p.m.
Interested in becoming a Mediator?
Broxtowe borough mediation service runs a course in community mediation skill and is accredited by Open College Network (OCN) East Midlands. The programme develops a set of skills, attitudes and knowledge so that participants are equipped to carry out all aspects of community mediation work.
Page Last Updated: 24/08/2012