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Eviction warning for tenants who are nuisance to neighbours

PUBLISHED: 10:58 08 October 2009 | UPDATED: 11:06 23 August 2010

ANTI-SOCIAL residents are being warned they face eviction after a tenant was successfully removed from their home. The Hyde Group housing association evicted the occupant from Ocean Park Estate, in Dartford, for a breach of contractual obligations after

ANTI-SOCIAL residents are being warned they face eviction after a tenant was successfully removed from their home.

The Hyde Group housing association evicted the occupant from Ocean Park Estate, in Dartford, for a breach of contractual obligations after obtaining an order from Dartford County Court this week.

Anti-social behaviour co-ordinator for Hyde South East, Nic Haig, said: "We will not tolerate any form of anti-social behaviour by, or against, our residents. We are committed to working with our partners to take effective action against the perpetrators."

Sergeant James Coomber, of the Safer Neighbourhoods police team, added: "We are here to listen to residents' concerns and work with The Hyde Group. We want people to know that if they report anti-social behaviour to us we are here to support them."

The Hyde Group, a leading provider of affordable housing, is one of the largest housing association groups working in England, owning or managing more than 43,000 homes, mainly in the South-east.

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