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‘Party Patrols’ return to Brent to tackle noisy nuisances

Brent Council has announced the return of ‘Party Patrols’ in a bid to silence noisy nuisances and maintain peace in the borough during the summer months. The patrols, set to operate from 6pm to 2am throughout August 2023, will crack down on disruptive noise that could disturb residents during anti-social hours.

“Our party patrols are back this weekend running across the summer and focusing on bringing noise down,” declared Council officers who will be vigilant in issuing warnings to rowdy revellers and even confiscating booming stereos if necessary.

Cllr Harbi Farah, the Cabinet Member for Safer Communities and Public Protection, emphasized the significance of the Party Patrols, stating, “Our party patrols are in operation to make sure that residents are not disturbed whilst they enjoy the warmer months.”

He added, “Our party patrols are in operation to make sure that residents are not disturbed whilst they enjoy the warmer months. Residents should be able to have a good time during the summertime without worrying that their neighbourhood is affected by noisy neighbours.”

The council’s Noise Nuisance team provided tips for residents to avoid encounters with Party Patrols, such as informing neighbours, controlling noise levels, and ensuring quiet departures.

Additionally, businesses planning parties should seek necessary permissions from the local authority if not already licensed for music and alcohol activities. For inquiries, contact business.licence@brent.gov.uk.

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