I wasn't sold a dream. I'm in a housing association flat, trying to get by like most people around here. I work long hours and I need sleep at weekends.
The ONLY issue I have is the loud music and dancing under my window at 2.00 am and 5.30 am. And being racially abused! I don't care if it's opera or rap. Go to the club to hear the music! Maybe the director guy should get something new going near his other place of work, the Mermaid Theatre. I'm sure the locals wouldn't mind.
If the council enforced the double yellow parking...I wouldn't have to worry. You'd think they would like to make some money!
It's just nonsense to blame us as residents for objecting to people being anti social and claiming it's part of the London music scene. I have never heard anything so ludicrous. Were the people drinking outside my flat last night and shouting til 2am part of the budding London micro breweries?
Gentrification is a massive problem in this area, but that doesn't mean people who live in social housing should put up with people behaving like selfish arseholes. How are those two things remotely connected.
sgressive drunken behaviour..Gentification is not necessarily the issue. The issue is as previously opined a lack of zero tolerance towardsaggr by government and law enforcement agencies all due to love of money..root of all evil
We need proper community control officers instead of multi faceted local meetings which do not appear to achieve any worthwhile conclusion except perhaps to bestow a self grandiose importance on certain individuals
Why don't clubbers go to Metropolitan Tabernacle? as they seem to like Elephant area. More traditional proper music. Not noisy offensive sounds etc and they may have time to save their souls in the interim