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I think you'll find that in the Right to Roost Act of 1963 it is clearly established that you may do actually what this innocent Bradley is doing. 
In section 12 "Effect of right of Pigeon or persons access on rights and liabilities of owners." subsection 1. (1)The operation of section 2(1) in relation to any access land does not increase the liability, under any enactment not contained in this Act or under any rule of law, of a person interested in the access land or any adjoining land in respect of the state of the land or of things done or omitted to be done on the land.
In section 20 "Codes of conduct and other information." Paragraph 1
(1)In relation to Structures, it shall be the duty of owners to issue, and from time to time revise, a code of conduct for the guidance of pigeon or persons exercising the right conferred by section 2(1) and of pigeons or persons interested in access land, and to take such other steps as appear to them expedient for securing—
(a)that the public are informed of the situation and extent of, and means of access to, access land, and
(b)that the public and persons interested in access land are informed of their respective rights and obligations—
In conclusion this is in no way a Pigeon problem, and fully within the rights of the Bradley to roost where he or she pleases. You can't go toe to toe in Bird Law with me. 
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