5th Dec, 2016

'Nuisance' neighbour handed injunction by Solihull Council

Solihull Editorial 18th Jul, 2016 Updated: 24th Oct, 2016

A WOMAN who committed a strong of anti-social behaviour offences has been handed a civil injunction by Solihull Council.

Jessica McLennan, aged 25 of Arlescote Road, was handed the order for causing ‘significant nuisance and annoyance’ to her neighbours and local community.

Between May 2015 and June 2016, Miss McLennan committed noise nuisances such as screaming, shouting and the playing of loud music.

She also allowed household rubbish to accumulate her garden and allowed her dog to get into neighbouring gardens.

It was also reported that the smell of cannabis emanated from her property.

All of this caused significant nuisance and annoyance for her neighbours.

The injunction, which was granted at Birmingham County Court, specifically forbids Miss McLennan from engaging in or allowing such behaviour to occur at her property for a period of three years.

The injunction also has a Power of Arrest attached, meaning she could be arrested if certain parts of the injunction are breached.

To report anti-social behaviour in Solihull, email info@solihullcommunityhousing.org.uk or call 0121 717 1500.