(18030) Party in flat; loud music played outdoors until about 00:30am and indoors until 1-45am; associated shouting and disturbance. Excerpts from resident's complaint to the University of Bristol: "The party took place between 10 pm and 1 am last night [2am, disregarding the clock change]. The noise affected adjacent and nearby properties with added street disturbances. They used both the flat and the garden for the party. They played loud music outdoor until about 12.30 am.
(18028) House party, loud music; shouting inside and outside the property; event started before midnight and was still in session at 00:45am. A resident says: "Parties happen regularly at this address ... We believe they are using [a] professional sound system so it is extremely loud. They have been asked on several occasions by different neighbours to keep the noise down and ignore all communication. The police (101) were unable to help."
(18027) Nearby residents complain of a series of loud parties and other noise at this address on various dates in September and October. One resident says: "On 23rd, 26th and 28th Sept, we were woken by loud music/singing/loud voices between the hours of 11pm and 4:30am. On 28th the music began at approx 2:30am until 4:00am! This woke each family (of which there are three) in our building of four apartments. My husband and I went round to speak with the students ... the follo
(18026) Shouting and anti-social behaviour in the street as students waited for taxis at around midnight. Many of these students were leaving a house near the south end of the street following a "pre-drinks" gathering before going to a nightclub. However, it appears there may also have been students leaving other houses in the street at around the same time, contributing to the disturbance. One resident says: "There was a very large gathering of students at number [xx] ... w
The University of Bristol says it's discussing the possibility of paying for police resources to deal with night-time noise incidents. An alternative idea is to employ commercially provided street marshals. One thing that's clear is that the university has again ruled out the oft-cited idea that it should use its existing 24/7 mobile security team to respond to student parties. (See my comment at the end.) The latest developments at the University of Bristol are contained in
Local beat police will patrol parts of the Redland and Cotham districts for five evenings and nights at the end of October into early November, as part of a focus on areas affected by student-noise issues. Sgt Jonathan Scott, recently appointed to oversee several local beats, including Cotham and Clifton Down, said: "We will be visible and engage with students and other people who are out and about." On key nights, the teams will aim to be in the area until the early hours. S
(18025) Loud party in terraced house near south end of street, with many people present, some at rear of house and some in the street at the front. Event started late on Friday evening and continued into the early hours of Saturday. Three residents have filed complaints to the University of Bristol. I observed the party myself at a little after 1am (having been notified by two of the complainants). On Saturday afternoon I distributed flyers in Lansdown and Brighton Roads invi
(18024) A resident has submitted a complaint to the University of Bristol about a party at a house near the north end of the street (east side): "Called approx 12.40am. ... Noisy at both front (street) and back (garden) of the property. UoB students confirmed. Politely listened to my request for consideration and to reduce the noise. I did warn that I would report them to the UoB if the noise continued. Unfortunately the noise was not reduced and went on well into the night."
(18023) A resident has submitted a complaint to the University of Bristol about a party at this address: "Called approx. 12.30am. UoB students confirmed. Music and noisy crowd in the rear garden. Groups milling on the street. Politely listened to my request for consideration and to reduce the noise. I did warn that I would report them to the UoB if the noise continued. Unfortunately the noise was not reduced significantly." Resident says he was subsequently informed by UoB th