To damage a windscreen wiper requires a considerable amount of force and the CCTV would show that. Therefore, it is likely to assist you rather than not.
Don’t be at all surprised if you don’t hear anything from the police. They are trying to intimidate you.
This is a business and hence they should be registered with the Information Commissioner under the provisions of the Data Protection Act in order to be able to take what is clearly a recording for commercial purposes.
Following needs to be in writing. Better coming from a solicitor: Ask them to confirm that they are registered with the Information Commissioner and asked them to provide you with the number. Tell them that you are making a Subject Access Request under section 7 of the Data Protection Act and that you require a copy of all the videos which they have in their possession on which you may feature. You have to send a statutory fee of £10. They have 40 days to reply after which you can refer the matter as a complaint to the Information Commissioner. This doesn’t apply to any video which is Private and not in relation to a business (these appear to be business vehicles) or which is only pointing onto their own to which the public have no access ordinarily.
The more people make a complaint about the noisy comings and goings in the middle of the night, the better. It should be referred to the Environmental Health Department at the local authority who have the power to issue a noise abatement notice.
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