very definitive statement there Bernie. I'm hesitant to comment but was on and about this street for a good while last year.
Photos are at the peak time when the place was busy plus extra traffic between festivals passing through.
We weren't outside anyone's front window and things were generally harmonious and functioning nicely.
Evening Post decided to stir the pot, most of the calm lot who were on there cleared off and took a site. Empty street filled up with transit traffic and scruff crew who were less invested in keeping it sustainable, fights and fires and rubbish, hassle from authorities and cleared off.
We had recycling sorted, litter picks regularly and sweeping in the street and parks either side, dealt with any noise etc. I'm back in bricks at the moment but most of the old lot are on a 'tolerated' site which seems well managed and have open dialogue with the council.