A man in Chingford has been evicted following numerous noise complaints from neighbours

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: The nuisance neighbour was evicted from Ainslie Wood Road in Chingford. The nuisance neighbour was evicted from Ainslie Wood Road in Chingford.

A nuisance neighbour has been evicted from his home following reports from residents.

The man was recently evicted from his home in Ainslie Wood Road, Chingford, after neighbours complained he was playing 'extremely' loud music at all times of the day.

Officers from Larkswood ward visited the man on numerous occasions to warn him of his anti-social behaviour, however he continued making loud noise.

The man, deemed vulnerable, and suffering from mental health issues has now been evicted after joint efforts by the police, social house and Ascham Homes.

Ascham Homes, which manages properties on behalf of the council, has confirmed he has now been re-housed.

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2:42pm Sat 12 Apr 14

Karlee says...

If he's a known noise nuisance then his new neighbours are going to have to suffer for months before being able to exhaust the complaints-ASBO-evic
tion process. It's not fair on them, and they're being subjected to it by a housing association and council who are fully aware of the risk with this particular tenant- which makes them both just as blameworthy.

I accept he may have compelling reasons why he must be housed somewhere suitable for his needs, but shunting him from one community to another within the borough solves nothing in the long-term.
If he's a known noise nuisance then his new neighbours are going to have to suffer for months before being able to exhaust the complaints-ASBO-evic tion process. It's not fair on them, and they're being subjected to it by a housing association and council who are fully aware of the risk with this particular tenant- which makes them both just as blameworthy. I accept he may have compelling reasons why he must be housed somewhere suitable for his needs, but shunting him from one community to another within the borough solves nothing in the long-term. Karlee
  • Score: 23

2:46pm Sat 12 Apr 14

Dave mp says...

Karlee wrote:
If he's a known noise nuisance then his new neighbours are going to have to suffer for months before being able to exhaust the complaints-ASBO-evic

tion process. It's not fair on them, and they're being subjected to it by a housing association and council who are fully aware of the risk with this particular tenant- which makes them both just as blameworthy.

I accept he may have compelling reasons why he must be housed somewhere suitable for his needs, but shunting him from one community to another within the borough solves nothing in the long-term.
Whilst agreeing with you it relieves one helluva lot of pressure put up by the last neighbours. Authorities are very slow to respond to anti-social behaviour or the 'ferals' that seem to swarm over areas in the borough.
[quote][p][bold]Karlee[/bold] wrote: If he's a known noise nuisance then his new neighbours are going to have to suffer for months before being able to exhaust the complaints-ASBO-evic tion process. It's not fair on them, and they're being subjected to it by a housing association and council who are fully aware of the risk with this particular tenant- which makes them both just as blameworthy. I accept he may have compelling reasons why he must be housed somewhere suitable for his needs, but shunting him from one community to another within the borough solves nothing in the long-term.[/p][/quote]Whilst agreeing with you it relieves one helluva lot of pressure put up by the last neighbours. Authorities are very slow to respond to anti-social behaviour or the 'ferals' that seem to swarm over areas in the borough. Dave mp
  • Score: 19

10:56pm Sat 12 Apr 14

Villagecranberry says...

So they have shifted the problem case to another unsuspecting future victim.

That is nice of them.

He obviously is not suitably health to be living in 'normal' society.

When will people ever understand that not everyone can be the same?
So they have shifted the problem case to another unsuspecting future victim. That is nice of them. He obviously is not suitably health to be living in 'normal' society. When will people ever understand that not everyone can be the same? Villagecranberry
  • Score: 8

5:46pm Sun 20 Apr 14

c462692b says...

Must be why there's now loud music playing from afternoon till morning in North Chingford. Thank you Asham-bles Homes.
Must be why there's now loud music playing from afternoon till morning in North Chingford. Thank you Asham-bles Homes. c462692b
  • Score: 1

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