Man evicted from Battersea flat after years of antisocial behaviour

Compton House in Battersea (Pic: Google)

Compton House in Battersea (Pic: Google)

First published in News Wandsworth Guardian: Photograph of the Author by , Chief reporter covering Wandsworth

A 30-year-old man has been evicted from his Battersea home after years of antisocial behaviour.

The man was evicted from Compton House, in Parkham Street, after a string of drug and violent crimes.

Wandsworth Guardian:

Battersea Inspector, James Ellis, said: "This is yet another good example of police and council working together.

"Eviction is usually used as alast resort but if individuals persist in committing crime and ASB in their neighbourhood, we have to look to the welfare and safety of the majority of local law abiding residents.

"We will use whatever means is at our disposal to prevent and deter crime."

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