A student from Croxley Green is one of five people fined for playing loud music at a shared university home in Bournemouth.
Tallulah Price, 21 from Croxley Green appeared at Poole Magistrates’ Court in January with her four Bournemouth University housemates, including one from Rickmansworth.
A BCP Council spokesperson said: “We can confirm that complaints from multiple residents were received in the early hours of the day of the breach of the notice and officers from the team attended and witnessed a loud party in progress with music and shouting that was audible from a considerable distance away.”
“Thankfully, most people who cause a noise nuisance do adhere to our advice and understand the impact they can have on others who should be able to enjoy their own home in relative peace, particularly overnight. Unreasonable noise and parties can cause sleep deprivation, anxiety and significant concern, so it is regrettable when individuals continue to behave in this way after receiving a noise abatement notice.”
The disruptions impacted residents on Edgehill Road, Bournemouth and led to Tallulah and the other students involved each being fined £100, ordered to pay a £32 surcharge and £100 costs.