Evict no7 to stop the antisocial behaviour by their relatives and guests
We the residents of 100 st. Pancras way are tired of complaining about the same issue which has been occurring for nearly 4 years now.
There is a bunch of youths, who do not reside here but think it is ok to gain access by kicking all security doors in, being anti-social and loud in the evenings up on the roof terrace, littering the back stairwell where they are smoking/ drinking. Furthermore, they are also stealing post and packages which is left by postman/ courier in the foyer outside the designated post-box. We the residents have complained many times about this.
The come in large groups and mainly gather either on stairwell, roof garden or floor 1 where they are guests/relatives of flat 7 . All residents have made numerous complaints to Newlon, the police and Camden estate services however it seems that it is falling on deaf ears.
This is a great concern for security as not only are these youths intimidating to walk by or approach but also the broken doors which are fob operated no longer work due to them kicking in all the doors off the Maglocks. Therefore, anyone from the street can access the building, such as thieves, drug users and more shady characters which has happened before.
We have a lot of young families in this building with children under the age of 12. We have the right to live in a safe and secure environment and Newlon as the landlord has a duty of care to implement this.
The tenant (flat 7) who is related to one of the youths surely has breached their contract and as a result should have been evicted a long time ago. This tenant may pretend that she does not allow these youths in, however we have seen her place shoes on all security doors numerous times allowing them into the building and then also shout at her window for her to come open the doors to gain access into the building.
We, the residents would like this issues to finally be resolved urgently and with immediate effect. As previously mentioned, we have a lot of small children and young families in this building. It is totally unacceptable and criminal what these youths are doing and they must be held accountable and then prosecuted for their criminal behaviour.
Surely with the all evidence and complaints made by the residents, this would be enough to get these youths be charged under criminal damage Act 1971. As a result, Newlon the landlord should be able to get a restraining order against these youths entering the building of 100 St. Pancras way as they have caused criminal damage on numerous occasions over 4 years.
We are Fed up and tired of constantly having to put up with their disrepair and anti social behaviour due to this group of youths which do not even live here and it is completely unfair on all other residents. We have reported it to the estates team and abs team and still nothing has been done!
We urge you to finally take the appropriate action!!