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NaomiB
NaomiB
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Last Activity: 18-10-2021, 16:36 PM
Joined: 15-03-2021
Location: Eastbourne
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  • Maybe the leaseholders who are most concerned should club together to buy a decent spy, or CCTV, camera to gain evidence for the police. A big notice should be put up in the entrance hall so everyone is aware of it.
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  • I remember seeing my first CCTV camera as I was going up an escalator in Boots. It must have been in the late sixties. It looked like a space craft. I felt slightly uneasy for a few seconds. Since then I can't remember ever noticing them at all. I know that cameras can see me when I am out and,...
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  • I have only mentioned it twice. It's relevance is that it has brought things to light that I didn't know about. I wanted to know what other people thought about it. I've told you what I have decided to do. Once it's out in the open we will all know where we are.
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  • You are misinterpreting what the situation is. I've always got on well with her and we've been perfectly friendly. A couple of years ago someone was complaining that they always put the bins away. We talked about it and she said she would get a rota. I said what happens if they don't do it and she...
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  • It has been there for two years and I was unaware of it. I don't object to it being on all the time or motion activated as long as I know it is there. I didn't know.

    You don't know this tenant! A couple of weeks ago I was carrying some things upstairs and I dropped an ornament which...
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  • I have no objection to CCTV and I'm sure it could be invaluable if someone in the flats got burgled. When it's on all the time, or movement activated, and it can possibly be used to spy on other residents, then I think it's fair to call it a spy camera. Amazon has got a whole range of what it calls...
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  • Well I have been thinking about that! I will email the committee and say that I hadn't realised that these spy cameras have been in place for some time. What I would like them to do is either bring it up at the next residents meeting

    Or find out how many of these spy cameras there are...
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  • I don't really think it is like a shopping centre because, there, you know anyone can see you. If I walked downstairs and no-one was around I did feel that I was alone. This week I stood and talked to someone by the front door and I thought we could not be overheard but I was wrong. Now I am wondering...
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  • I think that it shouldn't be allowed but the lease was written in 1962. Actually, I'm not totally opposed to it but all the leaseholders need to be informed if there is a camera in the communal area.
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  • We are all long leaseholders living in a block of nine flats. It is not the managing agent or freeholder who has put this camera up. It is one of the leaseholders.

    It may have been up two years but the point is that I, for one, didn't know it was there. She has been able to see and hear...
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  • NaomiB
    started a topic Spy cameras in communal areas

    Spy cameras in communal areas

    I was interested in this week's case concerning Ring door bells with cameras and audio. As a result of this, talking to a neighbour, I have learned that one of the tenants has installed a spy camera in the corner of the communal area, outside her flat.

    It has apparently been there a couple...
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  • NaomiB
    started a topic soakaways and gutters

    soakaways and gutters

    For years we have had problems with the gutters which serve the roofs, overflowing at the top of the downpipe.

    This goes back at least five years. First our local handyman looked at it and said it was because the downpipe was not fixed properly and so on, then another time he had his...
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