On Wednesday 24 April, we recovered a flat at Rossiter House, Brackley, that had increasingly become used for drug-taking and nuisance.
Despite considerable effort to engage with the tenant, the problems from the property have escalated over time, resulting in court action to seek possession.
Masaud Subedar, for the Trust said: “Eviction is always a last resort. When a tenant’s behaviour has a negative impact on the surrounding community, we work hard to engage with them to improve the situation. However, if the tenant refuses to engage, or the behaviour doesn’t change or even worsens, it leaves us little option but to seek an eviction.
“I would like to pay tribute to the families of Rossiter House who have shown incredible forbearance while we dealt with this matter. It is through their support and cooperation that we have reached this outcome, which ultimately is a positive move for their community.”