Islington Council has obtained an injunction with powers of arrest against Ms Bernadette Smyth
Ms Smyth first came to attention after reports of anti-social behaviour were received from residents in Whitehall Mansions. The nature of reports received included loud arguments and loud music, drunkeness and people coming and going to the property at all hours.
Working with the Police, Islington Council were able to present evidence of anti-social behaviour to the court, where the judge issued the injunction order. The order lsts for one year commencing on 1 January 2016 and forbids the individual from:
- Entering or remaining in Whitehall Mansions, Lidyard Road, London, N19 3TZ
- Engaging in conduct causing or capable of causing nuisance, annoyance, harassment, alarm or distress to any person in the locality of, residing in, or engaged in lawful activity in Whitehall Mansions, Lidyard Road, London, N19 3TZ, such behaviour to include drinking alcohol, abusing unlawful drugs, fighting, arguing, banging, shouting, engaging in verbal abuse and making threats
- Using or threatening to use violence towards, or verbally abusing Dominic Jones of 29 Whitehall Mansions, Lidyard Road, London, N19 3TZ, or any person residing in, or engaged in lawful activity in Whitehall Mansion, Lidyard Road, London, N19 3TZ