Thursday 30 August 2012 8.10am
I would suggest your local councllors and the noise nuisance officers of your local council. The difficulty here is that the Anchor and Hope is on the border of Southwark and Lambeth as you may well be. I would contact them both.
I had problems with the premises some years ago when they were blocking the footpath in Hatfields
and even though the relevant officer agreed with me that it was a dangerous practice, particularly with regards young mothers with pushchairs and the disabled he did nothing. In fact he contacted my local coucillor and told him , in writing, that as I was the only person complaining he was not prepared to do anything. Having discovered this I wrote to him, not revealing that I had seen his letter to the councillor, and informed him that should anybody get injured because of the situation I would make available all correspondence to the injured party and hold him personally responsible because he had the power to do something and did nothing. It worked. The bins were removed from the footpath
I give you this illustration to show that persistence, written evidence and holding the relevant officers responsible for their actions/non-action and letting them know it. You must also get some of your neighbours to complain so that they cannot use the argument that it is only one person (a crank in their view) who is concerned.