The freeholder continues to drive me mad. She hand delivered a letter on Monday which said “I nailed up my back door shut so no-one could get in. Then I brought a builder round on Saturday and couldn’t get round the back because I had nailed the back door shut and you locked the gate and didn’t give me a key. Send me it.”. I may have paraphrased slightly. Right, she nailed her back door shut… she failed to secure the gate for years due to having no interest… The whole world doesn’t revolve round her bizarre way of dealing with security matters and somehow this is my fault.
Yesterday morning as I was setting off for work, a man was standing on the drive staring at the freeholders empty flat. I asked him what he was doing and he said he was about to deliver a skip. The only free space was the one belonging to my neighbour, as another neighbour uses the one for the empty flat. So the skip was put in my neighbour’s parking space. No warning. No checking this was ok, which clearly it isn’t due to her having a car that just happened not to be parked there at the time. No wondering if leaving a flat empty for years might mean that someone else uses the parking space. I had actually said to my neighbour a couple of weeks ago that she needed to make sure she parked in her space or else it would probably be ‘taken’ by the freeholder. I feel another letter to the freeholder coming on telling her that she can’t just put a skip on the drive and that I certainly don’t want it outside my bedroom window. G has offered to kill her. That is Plan B.
London’s weekly railway news #231
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