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  • Andrew Waller

* Ashgrove, 6 Mar: 'Woken multiple times'

(S137) Resident reports multiple street disturbances in a single night in Ashgrove Road in the early hours of 6 March 2021.

Resident says: "I am recovering from hip surgery and had the delight of being woken multiple times last night. ... a succession of inconsiderate behaviour by student-aged youths contributed to a very uncomfortable night.


"Music was not involved but just aimless shouting from 02.00 through to 04.00 when an inmate from either [xx]or [xx] Ashgrove Road made the great decision to skateboard down the road, flip his equipment up and then allow the door of his house to slam as he proceeded to go to bed. I witnessed three youths playing rugby, kicking the ball aimlessly bouncing off cars. I think they carried on down Ashgrove but could have gone into [xx] (impossible to see). We also had girls talking loudly on 2 occasions."


(Note: The reference to people playing rugby bears comparison with a separate report the same night from Hampton Road, not far away.)

Reported to UoB or UWE: --

Raised with landlord / property agents: --

Reported to police: --

Repeat complaint: # 1

Previous report citing this address: # xxxxxx

Total incident(s) in this report: * 1

(Email, 06 March 2021, 08:16, mb)

# In current academic year, or from 1 July 2020

* Includes incidents mentioned in this email that have not been recorded previously.

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