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Neighbours from hell booted out From Echo

The council has exclusively given the Echo details of the six individuals who have been booted out of their homes for making other residents' lives a misery.

These include one nightmare neighbour who threatened to have a young mum and her baby burnt alive, after she complained about his loud music.

Tony Ball, the council's deputy leader, said: "We are saying enough is enough to the small number of hoodlums wreaking havoc and wrecking people's lives.

"It's impossible to underestimate the sheer misery antisocial behaviour can inflict across neighbourhoods. Neither local residents nor the council will stand for it.

"We are adopting a zero tolerance approach and will take the toughest possible action against severe and persistent troublemakers."

St George's Community fake mens cartier bangle Housing, which now manages Basildon's housing on behalf of the council, is responsible for removing problem tenants.

It took over in April and cartier bangle men replica has forced through the six evictions since June.

Mum of two Carrie Lunberg, 26, went through months of hell when she was harassed by David Binks, who lived in a flat below her, in the Hyde, Langdon Hills.

She says he threatened her and her baby and made her life hell.

She said: "He made my life miserable and it all started with was me asking him to turn his music down.

"I would get threatening letters, he would kick my front door at four and five in the morning he even threatened to have me burnt alive.

"In the end I got an injunction banning him from coming cartier love mens bracelet copy near me and the council evicted him. He's been evicted five months and my life is so much better now."

Carrie was delighted to hear other nightmare neighbours had been kicked out and urged St George's Community Housing to continue the purge.

Nishan Wijeratne, spokes man for Essex Police said: "Residents who indulge in antisocial behaviour, where neighbours' lives are ruined, face punishment from either ourselves or the council.

"As a final resort people will be evicted from their homes, but this is usually after they have received warnings about their behaviour."

Neighbours who won't be missed

BELOW is a list of the nightmare neighbours named and shamed.

St George's Community Housing, which manages Basildon Council's mens cartier bangle copy housing, released the offenders' identities and examples of their bad

behaviour, exclusively to the Echo:

Kerry Mitchell, 37, was evicted from 25 Mistley Side, Basildon, on June 27.

This followed allegations of drug taking and dealing, shouting, swearing, fighting, playing loud music and throwing parties.

Tina Scarlett, 47, and Roy Hedges, thought to be in his fifties, were evicted from 93 Ballards Walk, Laindon, on June 11.

This followed abusive and threatening behaviour to wards neighbours, drunken behaviour, shouting, swearing, and playing loud music.

David Binks, 39, was evicted from 104 the Hyde, Langdon Hills, on July 27.

This followed Mr Binks threatening to pay someone else to set his neighbour Carrie Lundberg, 26, alight, kicking on her door in the middle of the night, and a long list of harassmentHe was also accused by other neighbours of playing loud music, using obscene language, and fighting on the walkway.
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