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Breaching license conditions, planning, environment standards

Reported via mobile anonymously at 19:55, Saturday 6 August 2022

Sent to Edinburgh City Council less than a minute later

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REPORTING ASSEMBLY VENUE PERVERTING THE COURSE OF JUSTICE FOR CURRENTLY FAILURE TO CONTROL BASE BEAT, PATRONS, BAR AND STAFF INTERFERENCE WITH RESIDENTS RIGHTS

Nature of the complaint: Unwanted conduct by several 1. Statutory nuisance stench reported since May 2022 - unresolved Creating a hostile environment when we come out our homes should not be met by stench at fire door keep clear (Noise and statutory nuisance stench) 2. Bar activity onstreet Creating a hostile environment for residents rights - anything that has an adverse impact on person ability to enjoy their home (Bottles clattering, persons congregating Failure to address concerns raised and Failure to mitigate impact = they have created a hostile environment, harrasment, victimisation, unwelcome conduct) 3. Our concerns are not treated as seriously as presented We believe that article 16 GDPR right to rectification is delayed - our data misused while we continue to evidence 4. Being asked to make statements to same witness Intimidators - Vs we record and report - give them opportunity to put it right Vs they haven't put it right (We will speak with our chosen representative and report by email) 5. Unacceptable base beat from assembly Venue Perverting course of justice for over a decade - unresolved Not complaining about PS mistreatment of us but what led to it

Watch "page 3 multiagency failed to address concerns FOI review 02022 00375" on YouTube https://youtube.com/ shorts/ zIcOzvX8KS8?feature=share

M Hands Witness

We believe charitable status organisations must make a positive difference in the area but our area is worsened by the failed to address concerns raised and Failure to mitigate worsening Environment Community Safety Standards and Quality of Life for Residents Rights

Scotland, graffiti is treated as an act of vandalism, and prosecuted under the Criminal Law (Consolidation) (Scotland) Act 1995. The maximum fine is £10,000. A prison sentence of up to 3 months is also possible for a first offence, and of up to 6 months for any further offence. http://www.environmentlaw.org.uk › ... Cleaner Communities - Graffiti - Law and Your Environment

GIVE THEM OPPORTUNITY TO PUT IT RIGHT VS THEY HAVE NOT PUT IT RIGHT Date: Sat, 6 Aug 2022, 19:42 Subject: Ref 4 day update : Not Automatic reply: Request confidential To:@eif.co.uk> Cc: @ed.ac.uk>

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