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Cars/Property being damaged

Reported via mobile anonymously at 19:10, Wed 23 March 2022

Sent to Leeds City Council less than a minute later

Please can “no ball games” signs be erected around the cul-de-sac and letters sent to parents in the are to inform them not to let children play so close to other peoples property.

Children are constantly playing football in the cul-de-sac, kicking the ball with force at garages/garden walls of private properties. There have been countless incidents where balls are also hitting cars on private driveways causing damage, hitting house windows etc.

Children in the area are often running up and down private gardens and driveways, causing damage to peoples lawns and flowers to retrieve balls and then staring through windows laughing. There have been multiple instances of children also throwing stones at conservatories in the area.

Parents have been spoken to and asked kindly to stop this happening, by numerous people in the area and so have the children but nothing happens about it.

On occasion when children have been asked nicely to go and play on the green not too far away, they have become verbally abusive.

People should not have to fear their cars and private property is at risk of being damaged every day, because parents are happy to just let their children play recklessly near cars/private property.

This has been going on for months and nothing is being done about it.

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