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Old 28.06.2020, 19:00
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Re: Motorbike man again.........

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We've had one of his bikes out in the courtyard all day, it's attached to a 50m cable reel which is running down to the basement and the courtyard door has been left slightly open. He obviously didn't take the threat of the property company reporting him to the police seriously. If it goes up in smoke with a full gas tank someone's balcony is directly above where he's parked it.
Perhaps the local fire brigade would like to know what's going on?
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Old 28.06.2020, 19:54
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Re: Irritating neighbour

If it's not been moved later in the evening and is still there in the morning I'll let the property co know again. The safety issue bothers me and the leases to these flats clearly state there is no parking at this address, just the velo room for bicycles.

I don't want to have to get too embroiled in anything because there is also an issue with a young guy on the third floor who intermittently uses the courtyard to exercise his dog with a ball, if he can't be bothered to walk it. The neighbours on his floor and directly under him say he is weird and they don't like him. We politely asked him not to take the dog in the courtyard as the ball kept hitting our French doors (we are just a few feet above). He didn't pay attention so my OH reported it and the dog owner was told it wasn't permitted. It then stopped for months and has now started again. I saw him from my hall 2 weeks ago, he gave me a 1 finger salute then came and rang my doorbell in an attempt to start an argument with me, but I stood my ground, mentioned the rules and told him to check his lease. According to him if it's communal he's entitled to use it for his dog. He's not a guy I'd want to be too involved with as there is something very strange and intense about him. There is always stuff falling off his balcony, 3 weeks ago it was an ashtray, a couple of empty cigarette packets and loads of cigarette ends which he just left for the cleaners. The young couple who live below were really annoyed because it was visible from their balcony for about a week.

It's just a shame as this is a lovely building, only 2 years old and apart from these 2 ignorant guys we're a nice little community.
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