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Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
For now please let me know whether you own or rent the property?
Also, was the office there when you moved in?
i am the owner of the property but it is let out and my tenant is complaining.
the property was there but i believe they have refurbished so its open plan and arranged furnitue right against window
i have sent numerous emails and photographs of staff working right by the window with very clear views of office...so imagine what its like when they are looking into the flat
i had response back from chief of staff who agreed to keep the blinds drawn for early hours in the morning till 9am but staff dont adhere to iit and i have sent repeated emails
i am asking if i can take legal actions or what options i have as i have gone down a voulntaryagreement route
also the tenent feels really intimidated as they are looking from morning to night..apparently they have 24hr access 7days a week
my sceen is saying awaiting customer action...i am waiting for a response from you
Yes I think it is waiting for me.
Sadly I think your options are limited.
You moved in knowing there was a building there, so in the eyes of the law moved to the nuisance.
You would also be unable to take them to Court for this because of the reasons above and indeed you can't sue a private company for privacy issues.
However what you should do is write to your local council and complain. hey may be able to deal with this for you.
If they do not then you can complain to the Local Government Ombudsman. They investigate complaints against the Council. They are free, independent and can investigate it for you at www.lgo.org.uk
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
i did call planning department but they said they could not help at this stage
my client feels very intimidated by all this as there are groups often staring in can the police do anything?
If they are starring this could be harassment and the Police can warn them,
But it depends whether the Police consider this to be harassment.
I am sorry its not better news
Does that clarify?
if my client puts posters that are not to their taste can they complain or take action
They can complain but they can't take action