Vicious neighbour dispute in Stretford erupts after women fall out over their ...

Khadija Bibi, 36, a mother-of-seven, has been ordered by the courts to pay to pay Mrs Kaur £500 compensation after she pleaded guilty to a charge of harassment without violence

Khadija Bibi, 36, a mother-of-seven, has been ordered by the courts to pay to pay Mrs Kaur £500 compensation after she pleaded guilty to a charge of harassment without violence

A vicious dispute erupted between two neighbours who had lived side-by-side for almost two decades after they built matching extensions on their homes.  

Khadija Bibi, 36, and Ayshea Kaur, 35, built almost identical ground floor extensions on the back of their suburban semi-detached houses in Milton Road, Stretford, Greater Manchester.

But Bibi, who built an extension on her £250,000 home first, sparked a catty war of words with her 17-year-long neighbour by objecting to plans by Mrs Kaur to build one of her own.

She followed up her objections with cruel insults, including mocking Mrs Kaur about a miscarriage, as well as calling her insulting names and threatening to 'knock her out'.

It became so bard Mrs Kaur became 'scared' in her own home and has since moved away. 

Now Bibi, a mother-of-seven, has been ordered by the courts to pay to pay Mrs Kaur £500 compensation after she pleaded guilty to a charge of harassment without violence.

The so-called 'Battle of Milton Road' began when Mrs Kaur applied to Trafford Council in April 2019 to have a ground floor extension built on her home.

The extension was designed by the same architect who had developed Bibi's and plans show they were almost identical.

The so-called 'Battle of Milton Road' began when Mrs Kaur applied to Trafford Council in April 2019 to have a ground floor extension built on her home. Pictured: Khadija Bibi's home (number 68 Milton Road) on the right, next to Ayshea Kaur's former home (number 70 Milton Road) on the left

The so-called 'Battle of Milton Road' began when Mrs Kaur applied to Trafford Council in April 2019 to have a ground floor extension built on her home. Pictured: Khadija Bibi's home (number 68 Milton Road) on the right, next to Ayshea Kaur's former home (number 70 Milton Road) on the left

Bibi had built an extension on her £250,000 home before Ms Kaur had applied for planning permission for her extension. Pictured: The plans for Bibi's extension

Bibi had built an extension on her £250,000 home before Ms Kaur had applied for planning permission for her extension. Pictured: The plans for Bibi's extension

The extension was designed by the same architect who had developed Bibi's and plans show they were almost identical. Pictured: The plans for Mrs Kaur's extension

The extension was designed by the same architect who had developed Bibi's and plans show they were almost identical. Pictured: The plans for Mrs Kaur's extension

The floor plan for Bibi's extension

The floor plan for Mrs Kaur's extension

Pictured here is the floor plan of the two extensions, with Bibi's plans on the left and Mrs Kaur's plans on the right

But Bibi told the council she objected to the development, because the building would lean against the wall of her extension.

The one-time friends fell out and began a feud, with the pair exchanging dirty looks over the moving by contractors of wheelie bins to clear guttering.

But it escalated into the hurling of cruel insults with Bibi standing in her front garden and taunting mother of one Mrs Kaur about a recent miscarriage she had suffered.

In one confrontation, Bibi shouted at her: 'no wonder you had a miscarriage, you deserved it'. She also called the victim a 'fat c*nt', 'four eyes' and 'ugly b*tch'.

Mrs Kaur was so distressed she had to be escorted inside her home by her family as Bibi stood on her driveway making offensive hand gestures.

Later when Mrs Kaur stepped outside again Bibi laughed at her and threatened to 'knock her out' in front of her children.

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