A noisy neighbour who has left a man and his disabled mother “constantly on edge” is set to be evicted from his Northampton flat.
James Loney and mum Valerie have suffered at the hands of their neighbour in the Stylo building, in Freehold Street, since last November.
They said their lives had been made a misery by the man, who plays loud music throughout the night.
Mr Loney, aged 33, has been collecting a video record of the noise, which he uploads to YouTube. And despite some respite during the summer months, the noise started again in late September.
Nottingham Community Housing Association said it was in the advanced stages of the eviction process.
Mr Loney said the latest problems have included the man buzzing him and other neighbours, asking to be let in to the building in the small hours of the morning.
He said: “Frankly, neither myself or my mother can take much more of this. In two months this will have been going on for a year. With mum’s health issues winter is stressful enough, we don’t need this added stress.
“We know it is not just us. A lot of the neighbours have taken to turning their buzzers off.
“For a while he was silent, but recently it has started up again. It is regularly about 2am.”
Mrs Loney suffers from breathing and heart problems, hypertension and arthritis, and is virtually housebound.
And Mr Loney says the noise issues have affected his health too.
He said: “It is not doing any of us any good. It is very hard to deal with, and we are constantly on edge waiting for it to start.”
A spokesman for Nottingham Community Housing Association said: “We are aware of the continuing anti-social behaviour problems and the distress they are causing to Mr Loney and his mother, and have been going through the legally-required processes to evict the tenant in question.
“We are currently waiting for Northampton County Court to issue a Possession Order date, at which point we’ll be able to send a bailiff round to evict him. Unfortunately delays at Northampton County Court have held this up.”
The spokesman said the case could be dealt with by the end of this week, or the start of next week.