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Eviction-Aberdeen Park

Islington Council has evicted a tenant from Aberdeen Park because of anti-social behaviour.

The tenant originally came to the attention of the council after reports were made to the area housing office relating to persistent noise nuisance, use of drugs and fighting.

An injunction was granted by the court in February 2015 forbidding the tenant from engaging in conduct causing or capable of causing nuisance, annoyance, harassment , alarm or distress to anyone within the locality.

A further possession order was obtained from the court in response to breaches of the original injunction order and for continued anti-social behaviour. this led to the issue of an eviction order from the court in November 2015, resulting in the tenants removal from the property in January 2016.

Whilst eviction is a last resort Islington Council will pursue this action where the anti-social behaviour is severe and ongoing, to protect our residents.

Jan 2016

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