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Neighbour gets boot over noise.

A TROUBLESOME tenant whose loud music made life a misery for neighbours is to be booted out of his North Shields home.

John Walker, 26, has 28 days to move out of the council property in St Mark's Court, Percy Main.

Neighbours complained he played loud music at the address until the early hours of the morning as well as disturbances caused by drunken visitors to the property.

North Tyneside Council were granted absolute possession at a hearing at North Shields County Court, on Monday.

North Tyneside's mayor John Harrison said: "We will always seek to take action against the small minority who disrupt other people's lives.

"Our Safer Estates Team has earned national recognition and, in partnership with Northumbria Police, is leading the way in clamping down on anti-social behaviour.

"North Tyneside is the safest place to live in Tyne and Wear and we're determined it stays that way."
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Mar 4, 2009
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