Monday 10 March 2014 2.17pm
The presence of this club has caused a lot of noticeable noise disturbances throughout the area. Parking is mental, and all that is associated that it attracts. But it's not open every night. The LSE dorm on Pocock Street
The problem with this area now is the disproportionately high number of very young people that either live, or flock to the area. Have you seen the size of the new dorm that is set to open on Union / Ewer Street
? It's going to be mental. This used to be a very very quiet area. Peace is something that other areas are able to seemingly buy. Trinity St got their traffic through way closed a long time ago, even though the junction at Borough is getting very bad. And those around the Potters Field area managed to close down the once in a lifetime public gatherings during the Olympics. But in this neighbourhood, planning permission has gone a bit whacky. But this is what happens when your council makes a student village in your neighbourhood...