ASB Reporter – January Summary

There were 61 asb incidents reported for the month of January; representing a considerable increase on December’s total of 26 and back to the same number recorded for November ’21.

HouseIncidents
Ben Jonson26 (42.62%)
Gilbert22 (36.06%)
Speed3 (4.92%)
Cromwell Tower3 (4.92%
Andrewes2 (3.28%)
Shakespeare Tower1 (1.64%)
Lauderdale Tower1 (1.64%)
John Trundle Court1 (1.64%)
Breton1 (1.64%)
Bunyan1 (1.64%)

Totals by house and their % of the total were as follows

In terms of the number of incidents and type of asb activity reported, the results were as follows:

Extremely noisy motor cycle23 (37.70%)
Parkour10 (16.39%)
Skateboarding10 (16.39%)
Cycling6 (9.84%)
Rowdy behaviour3 (4.92%)
Noisy groups on lakeside2 (3.28%)
E-scooter1 (1.64%)
Dog owned by resident1 (1.64%)
Noisy art centre visitors1 (1.64%)
Public urination1 (1.64%)
Loud music1 (1.64%)
Faeces on lakeside terrace1 (1.64%)
Dog off leash

The majority of complaints this time at 37.7% of the total recorded relate to an extremely noisy motor cycle that apparently regularly sets off from the Barbican very early in the morning(s) and disturbs a number of residents in various houses across the estate.

City of London Police have been requested to look into this nuisance.

Deputy David Bradshaw C.C.

Chair, Barbican Estate Security Committee

02/02/22

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