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Anti social behaviour in Marylebone

Anti social behaviour in Marylebone

Since the passing of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policy Act last November, which among other things replaces ASBOs, it looks as if Westminster Council and the Police will have a few more teeth to deal with the rough sleeping problem which is afflicting parts of Marylebone. Working together Westminster Council and the Police are now able to issue a warning to people who are begging, behaving in an anti social way, loitering, making noise or creating mess on our streets in both English and Romanian.

If they are caught a second time they can be arrested and given a Community Behaviour Order and taken to court so that they can then be excluded from the Westminster area altogether.

It has taken a little while for the Police to be trained and to get going on this but from September they, together with WCC, are going to be making this a big priority so we should start seeing some improvements. It is not actually illegal to sleep rough so up until now the Police have only been able to disrupt the foreign nationals who have come to London in large numbers.

In parts of Bryanston and Dorset Squares we have had problems for many years now so we hope that this new initiative and drive from the Police and Council will be effective in removing some of the rough sleepers and act as a deterrent to others to put them off coming here in the first place.

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Guest - Ms. F. Montau Mansions on Friday, 28 August 2015 13:46
Paddington Street Gardens

The Paddington Street Garden next to the new Chiltern Luxury building is a sad situation. The recycle bins are used by rough sleepers and other as a sorting grounds to find free clothes and goods. Yesterday a man nestled inbetween them to change trousers. What used to be a lovely dog friendly dog walkers garden is no longer. The bins are too big for the sidewalk, they are misplaced and provide cover for activities that are anti-social. Please Please PLEASE move the recycle bins as that is the first step of removing invitation to poor behaviour.

The Paddington Street Garden next to the new Chiltern Luxury building is a sad situation. The recycle bins are used by rough sleepers and other as a sorting grounds to find free clothes and goods. Yesterday a man nestled inbetween them to change trousers. What used to be a lovely dog friendly dog walkers garden is no longer. The bins are too big for the sidewalk, they are misplaced and provide cover for activities that are anti-social. Please Please PLEASE move the recycle bins as that is the first step of removing invitation to poor behaviour.
Guest - Gloria May on Tuesday, 01 September 2015 06:48
Ms

This is very welcome news, especially as there is currently a gang of about 8 men who use Bulstrode Place (which has a covered car park) as a drinking venue during the day and also late at night. It is a continuing nuisance and very unpleasant. I hope the new arrangements will address this problem.

This is very welcome news, especially as there is currently a gang of about 8 men who use Bulstrode Place (which has a covered car park) as a drinking venue during the day and also late at night. It is a continuing nuisance and very unpleasant. I hope the new arrangements will address this problem.
Guest - Gloria May on Wednesday, 02 September 2015 09:02
Ms

So sorry, in my email a couple of days ago I mistakenly called Broadstone Place Bulstrode Place - it's the former where drinkers are congregating.

So sorry, in my email a couple of days ago I mistakenly called Broadstone Place Bulstrode Place - it's the former where drinkers are congregating.
Guest - GEORGE on Wednesday, 30 September 2015 02:42
Marylebone high street

Beaumont mews needs better lighting and cctv 2 girls one women tallish as very very long white jumper down to her ankles with to black stripes round top and 2 round the botton of her jumper the man as blue baseball jacket small stocky with white sleeves didnt get a look at other woman not seen them for ten days but they was coming nightly checking out propertys and then theres man that i see lot car park with light colored wooly hat which he puts in is pocket black coat jeans and messenger bag over is shoulder hes shifty and when confronted he said yes im neighbour to i watch for bad guys lol but he didnt know what street he lived in just said other side marylebone high st and wife send him to our mews he smokes n car park and hes romanian then theres a siver car i seen few times with 2 old boys in it behaving weird and they look romanian and few weeks ago had romanians sleeping in car park and using my house as toilet and then theres few homeless hanging about at night and one them is showing very strange behaviour peepn in to windows and stiring up at propertys spitting in street and throwing is cigarettes outside peoples propertys constantly up n down the carpark hoody up hoody down for 2 or 3 hours somenights then decides to come closer to peoples houses for closer look i advise anyone in marylebone to fit locks on everything and put cameras every were the streets of marylebone come very awake after 10pm when they should be sleeping in peace put cameras up n you wont sleep again :)

Beaumont mews needs better lighting and cctv 2 girls one women tallish as very very long white jumper down to her ankles with to black stripes round top and 2 round the botton of her jumper the man as blue baseball jacket small stocky with white sleeves didnt get a look at other woman not seen them for ten days but they was coming nightly checking out propertys and then theres man that i see lot car park with light colored wooly hat which he puts in is pocket black coat jeans and messenger bag over is shoulder hes shifty and when confronted he said yes im neighbour to i watch for bad guys lol but he didnt know what street he lived in just said other side marylebone high st and wife send him to our mews he smokes n car park and hes romanian then theres a siver car i seen few times with 2 old boys in it behaving weird and they look romanian and few weeks ago had romanians sleeping in car park and using my house as toilet and then theres few homeless hanging about at night and one them is showing very strange behaviour peepn in to windows and stiring up at propertys spitting in street and throwing is cigarettes outside peoples propertys constantly up n down the carpark hoody up hoody down for 2 or 3 hours somenights then decides to come closer to peoples houses for closer look i advise anyone in marylebone to fit locks on everything and put cameras every were the streets of marylebone come very awake after 10pm when they should be sleeping in peace put cameras up n you wont sleep again :)
Guest - GEORGE on Tuesday, 10 November 2015 05:22
BEAUONT MEWS

Beaumont mews needs the security gaurds back there asap.i have reported to police maybe 150 times now on at least 5 occasions im having men and women use outside my house as toilet and some them are peeing right out from the car park in to the street i have showed the police cctv and out of about 55 times i have had the police remove them about 5 times everytime i have reported them dungn outside my house not once as the police removed them they have just been spoken to and left in the car park to enjoy there nights sleep

why im sat up wondering what they going do next im about 24 hours from full breakdown and will be in mental health hospital by end week cant take this no more half time get told to not ring 999 and shouted at for doing other times the police operators lie to me and tell me someone as been when i have cctv and have good view if they had of been lies lies lies how would mr policeman like all these homeless right outside there own doors night after night causing anti social behaviour so even though there is strrange men oiutside my house at all hours night n day and 2 nights ago there was 2 men outside my door when i answerd door to my friend other night he was in next doors doorway holding a iron bar and laughing yes police did turn up took the weapon away and made them leave the mews

thet are back tonight dungn outside my door disgusting behaviour and this is best bit police tell me to get out more and stop watching my camera how can i go out when every night different dodgy charachters right outside my door and yes my locks was all blocked up about 9 months ago never found out what crazy petson did that but i gaurantee they still about this mews at night some police are nice but i think these operators need training and put your self in our shoes how you like people hanging outside your house all night long and using the outside of your house as public toilet and stiring up at windows and being strange in there behaviour

why are the police allowing this i love some answers to this from someone senior in the police or council who is going help the residents put end to all this as a gate on the carpark these people have no business to be in the mews the dont live here and they are on private property and arte upsetting lot neigjbours and making lots mess there was old socks and broken bottles in car parkl ladt night and yes the bulders cleared it up this mprning not there job its about time the council started taking responsibilty and doing things to help the residents as my health is suffering very bad now and polices respons as been dont watch the cameras as much

can not help but watch when you got strange people in hoodys outside your door at midnight either druged up or drunk out there heads soon as one lot goes another lot comes never ending about time people marylebone take the streets back as its becoming very dirty place live the streets come alive after about 10pm with dodgy charachters was even told by policefew weeks ago the reason they dont come up here much as its dead end its far from dead round here most nights and most of what im seeing is not people sleeping in peace but causing anti social behaviour and fouling the streets like dogs sad but its what im seeing in my street

Beaumont mews needs the security gaurds back there asap.i have reported to police maybe 150 times now on at least 5 occasions im having men and women use outside my house as toilet and some them are peeing right out from the car park in to the street i have showed the police cctv and out of about 55 times i have had the police remove them about 5 times everytime i have reported them dungn outside my house not once as the police removed them they have just been spoken to and left in the car park to enjoy there nights sleep why im sat up wondering what they going do next im about 24 hours from full breakdown and will be in mental health hospital by end week cant take this no more half time get told to not ring 999 and shouted at for doing other times the police operators lie to me and tell me someone as been when i have cctv and have good view if they had of been lies lies lies how would mr policeman like all these homeless right outside there own doors night after night causing anti social behaviour so even though there is strrange men oiutside my house at all hours night n day and 2 nights ago there was 2 men outside my door when i answerd door to my friend other night he was in next doors doorway holding a iron bar and laughing yes police did turn up took the weapon away and made them leave the mews thet are back tonight dungn outside my door disgusting behaviour and this is best bit police tell me to get out more and stop watching my camera how can i go out when every night different dodgy charachters right outside my door and yes my locks was all blocked up about 9 months ago never found out what crazy petson did that but i gaurantee they still about this mews at night some police are nice but i think these operators need training and put your self in our shoes how you like people hanging outside your house all night long and using the outside of your house as public toilet and stiring up at windows and being strange in there behaviour why are the police allowing this i love some answers to this from someone senior in the police or council who is going help the residents put end to all this as a gate on the carpark these people have no business to be in the mews the dont live here and they are on private property and arte upsetting lot neigjbours and making lots mess there was old socks and broken bottles in car parkl ladt night and yes the bulders cleared it up this mprning not there job its about time the council started taking responsibilty and doing things to help the residents as my health is suffering very bad now and polices respons as been dont watch the cameras as much can not help but watch when you got strange people in hoodys outside your door at midnight either druged up or drunk out there heads soon as one lot goes another lot comes never ending about time people marylebone take the streets back as its becoming very dirty place live the streets come alive after about 10pm with dodgy charachters was even told by policefew weeks ago the reason they dont come up here much as its dead end its far from dead round here most nights and most of what im seeing is not people sleeping in peace but causing anti social behaviour and fouling the streets like dogs sad but its what im seeing in my street
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