A closure notice has been served on a flat in Lancaster following complaints of drug dealing, noise and anti-social behaviour.
Following numerous complaints, Lancaster City Council’s Anti-Social Behaviour Team and the Neighbourhood Policing Team served a closure notice on the tenant of 30 Arcon House, Lancaster.
A spokesman for Lancaster Police said: “On Tuesday October 17 Lancaster City Council extended the closure notice until October 30 when there will be a hearing for a full closure order.
“Until that date it will be a criminal offence for any person, other than occupant Peter Kelly to enter 30 Arcon House.
“If you see a person, other than Peter Kelly entering the premises you should ring the police on 101 or email Lancaster Neighbourhood Team on Lancaster.email@example.com.
“If you have any information in relation to the premises or those who live there and would like to share it, please contact the Anti-social behaviour team on 01524 582727 and leave a message.
“If you wish to pass the information anonymously you do not have to leave your name, address or telephone number.
“You can also email the unit on firstname.lastname@example.org.”
A spokesman for Morecambe Area Police said: “This is another example of the council and police working closely to target drug dealing and anti social behaviour.
“If you have any information regarding the dealing of drugs then drop us a line at Morecambe.email@example.com or phone 01524 596986 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”