A PUBLIC meeting tomorrow will discuss widescale problems in Bradley.
Residents are invited to share concerns with councillors.
One worry centres on alleged drugs dealing.
Residents complain that around 15 teenagers are congregating outside the Keldregate shops during the evenings.
Some have felt intimidated by the group .
The problem will be discussed tomorrow at a public forum at St Thomas' Church in Bradley, at 7.30pm.
Clr Ken Smith (Ashbrow) said: "There's a worry over drug dealing.
"The worry of the residents really is that this group can congregate in such a way that people feel intimidated by them and that sort of thing.
"Some of the people seen hanging around have been outside the Little John pub which is now clearly shut and has been partially set fire to while it's been shut, so things are getting a bit bad."
Clr Smith added: "It's a continuing struggle but I'm sure we'll get to it and I'm sure we'll get rid of the problem."
He said there had been some recent success in tackling the problems of mini-motorbikes riding through the area.