31 July, 2014
The Guinness Partnership, one of the country's leading providers of affordable housing, has sent out a strong message to residents who commit anti social behaviour in its properties by securing a Possession Order against one of its residents.
The Guinness Partnership began accelerated possession proceedings against Mr Jeffrey Rennie of Fletton End, Calvert, in March 2014 following complaints that he had breached the terms of his starter tenancy agreement by behaving anti socially at the Property.
Forbes Solicitors, acting for The Guinness Partnership, obtained a Possession Order requiring Mr Rennie to vacate the property.
The course of action taken by Guinness re-enforces their strong stance against anti social behaviour and sends a clear message to residents that anti social behaviour will not be tolerated or accepted.
Following the final hearing, Amy Stirton of Forbes Solicitors said: "We are delighted to have achieved this result for The Guinness Partnership. The outcome sends a strong message to residents that anti social behaviour will not be tolerated".
The Guinness Partnership Housing Officer, Emma Grant said:
"We will not tolerate anti social behaviour and will take the necessary action to tackle the problem, occasionally having to apply for eviction which is a last resort for us. This case demonstrated a good example of multi-agency working and we hope that it will enable residents to enjoy living in a peaceful community once again."
If you have any questions relating to this article please contact Amy Stirton on 01772 220233 or via email Amy Stirton