Partners successfully evicts anti-social family
Mentioned on this blog many times - members of the Residents forum's insistence that Partners for Improvement in Islington (Partners) produce some positives results with their strategy over anti-social behaviour and harassment. The process of collecting evidence is long and complicated but on Friday a family was successfully evicted from a property in Milner Square for persistent anti-social behaviour Partners evicts anti-social family.
Local rag Islington Tribune has picked up on the story - a family evicted from their flat because of antisocial behaviour and harassment to neighbours. Evicted mum-of-six ‘relief’ over move
Partners claimed the family had subjected neighbours to months of anti-social behaviour, including noise disturbance, dog fouling, littering, youths congregating, foul language, verbal abuse and threats of physical violence.....
Partners had prior to the eviction obtained two injunctions against the mother, an anti-social behaviour order (Asbo) against her daughter’s boyfriend and six “acceptable behaviour” contracts involving visitors to the house.....
With more in the pipeline Partners residents will at long last see that something is being done.
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