- Engage In any behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to her neighbours, their families, friends, visitors, or any other residents living in Kitley Gardens, Upper Norwood or any location within the London borough of Croydon;
- Cause any noise nuisance anywhere in the London borough of Croydon and particularly within the vicinity of Kitley Gardens, Upper Norwood. For the avoidance of doubt noise nuisance Includes but is not limited to(a) playing loud music including loud amplified music (b) playing excessively loud music within her vehicle (c) playing her television excessively loud (d) loud singing, swearing, and shouting;
- Operate machinery in her garden which disturbs other residents including but not limited to: chainsaws (unless carrying out necessary gardening works during reasonable times of the day);
- Use threatening, insulting or racially or non-racially abusive behaviour towards her neighbours, their families, friends or visitors, or any other residents living in Kitley Gardens, Upper Norwood, or any location within the London borough of Croydon;
- Throw any items or missiles including water at any person or their property;
- Damage any property not belonging to her;
- Assault or threaten to assault any person;
- Damage or threaten to damage any neighbouring residential properties;
- Cause a nuisance by burning wood or any other material in her back garden and/or hanging items on the fence bordering any neighbouring properties;
- Cause an Intentional nuisance by knocking or using any other method of transmitting noise directly through the wall into neighbouring properties. There shall be no knocking or banging between 22:00 and 09:00 am;
- Encourage, aid or instruct anyone else to carry out the prohibitions listed above.
- engage in conduct that causes, or is likely to cause alarm, distress or harassment to any person within the London borough of Croydon;
- engage in any behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to her neighbours or any other resident or individual of Bridport Road, Warwick Road or the surrounding area;
- force entry onto any neighbouring properties on Bridport Road, Warwick Road or the surrounding area;
- contact Croydon council’s anti-social behaviour department in an abusive or obstructive manner, to make unnecessary complaints or to advise she wishes to escalate her complaints unnecessarily to another member of staff at Croydon council;
- assault or threaten to assault any person;
- be racially abusive to any person or make sexually explicit remarks to any person;
- cause disturbance by playing loud music from any device or out of any vehicle between the hours of 21:00 and 08:00 in the area of the London borough of Croydon;
- use language or behaviour towards any person whether on the telephone or in person which would cause or be likely to cause any person harassment, alarm or distress;
- encourage, aid or instruct anyone else to carry out the prohibitions listed above.
Both orders last for five years – and both women have been warned that if they do not obey any part of their order they will be committing a further offence and may face fines of up to £5,000 or be sent to prison for up to five years.
“Therefore we took this to the High Court to obtain tougher powers to crack down on this behaviour.”
Ofwat will not approve Thames Water’s raid on family budgets unless they can justify the hike as being in the interests of Londoners. “It is unbelievable
The council and health services in Bromley want to hear from unpaid carers to find out how caring affects their everyday lives and their health. This is part of the council’s work to build better support for carers across the borough.
With this in mind a wide-ranging carers’ survey was launched on 14 September and will run until 6 October. It is aimed at anyone in Bromley who supports a relative, a friend, a neighbour who could not manage otherwise because of frailty, illness, disability or who has mental health or substance misuse problems. This includes husbands, wives, partners, parents, children, brothers, sisters and any other family members.
The survey will help inform the first Adult Services Stakeholder Conference being held by the council in November entitled ‘Building Better Support for Carers’. This brings together carers, adult social service users, social care and health professionals, Councillors, Carers Bromley, voluntary organisations and other key partners. The conference will focus on how to better engage and talk to carers, initiatives to help prevent unnecessary hospital admissions, safeguarding and the best way for carers to get information and advice in their invaluable role.
Said Cllr Evans, executive councillor for care services: This council values and recognises the vital role carers play in the well being of so many people in Bromley who want to live as independently as possible for as long as possible. “Supporting carers is a top priority for us as we work with health and other key partners. “That’s why we’ve launched this survey and dedicated our first adult social care conference to how we can better support carers. “Hearing from carers themselves about the issues they face in caring for loved ones will be all important as we commission and shape services in the future.”
The survey can be found at http://bromley.mylifeportal.