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 Leeds ‘drink den’ closed after neighbours fight back

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PostSubject: Leeds ‘drink den’ closed after neighbours fight back   Thu Aug 11, 2011 11:48 pm

A nightmare west Leeds neighbour has been evicted and his ‘drink den’ boarded up after a catalogue of antisocial behaviour.

David Jones, a council tenant in Rombalds Terrace, Armley was served with a closure order at Leeds Magistrates’ Court after a successful application by Leeds City Council following repeated complaints from neighbours.

It was the 11th “problem property” to be shut down by police and the council in the Armley and Bramley areas in the past three years. Several Asbos, injunctions and dispersal orders have also been served. The authorities say this has had “a major impact on crime and anti-social behaviour in the areas”.

The court heard how Mr Jones had allowed the building to be used as a “drinking den” by up to ten people at a time, and this had led to foul language, threats and intimidation against nearby residents. Many of the incidents were also witnessed by children who were leaving the local primary school, the court was told.
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