Nuisance residents told to leave Manstone

PUBLISHED: 12:03 04 April 2008 | UPDATED: 10:30 17 June 2010

THE OCCUPANTS of two flats in Manstone Avenue have been served with a notice to quit due to persistent antisocial behaviour.

THE OCCUPANTS of two flats in Manstone Avenue have been served with a notice to quit due to persistent antisocial behaviour.Police and East Devon District Council representatives served the notices and a possession order just before 10am on Wednesday, March 26. EDDC owns one of the flats and the other is let out by housing association Signpost.Sidmouth neighbourhood beat manager PC Steve Lemon said: "Antisocial behaviour will not be accepted or tolerated by the police or the council."An EDDC spokesman said: "This notice is the first step in legal proceedings which are being taken due to persistent antisocial behaviour."Obviously, we hope the tenant [of the EDDC owned flat will change their behaviour. However, this notice acts as a final warning to them that if the situation doesn't improve, we will take the matter to court.


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