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Closure order served on two Connah’s Quay houses

NOTE: This content is old - Published: Wednesday, Mar 14th, 2018.

Closure orders has been served on two Deeside properties after complaints of anti-social behaviour and drug use.

The closure orders, which will run for three months, have been placed on 22 and 28 Kings Road in Connah’s Quay.

The order means that only the tenant will be allowed into each property.

A spokesperson for North Flintshire Police Team said;

“You’ve spoken and we have listened. In the ongoing battle against Drug Use and Anti-Social Behaviour in North Flintshire, PC Lee Woodworth from the Safer Neighbourhood Team have successfully applied to the courts to place closure orders on 22 and 28 Kings Road.”

While the initial order lasts for three months any breach of the order’s conditions will see Police apply for the property to be fully closed down for a further three months.

Sergeant Bethan Pritchard who oversees the Deeside area said;

“I’d like to thank residents for working with Police on this matter. Anti-Social Behaviour is a serious matter and will not be tolerated.

We are determined to make Deeside a better area to live in and these two addresses are only the beginning.

We would like to thank the residents who have called us for their patience as this isn’t a short process.”

If you have concerns about anti-social behaviour, drug taking or dealing call the police on 101.

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