Garden must be tidied say council

PUBLISHED: 13:45 02 December 2008 | UPDATED: 10:08 10 June 2010

A HOUSEHOLDER in Phear Avenue has been ordered to tidy up her garden by February after it was branded an eye sore by neighbours.

A HOUSEHOLDER in Phear Avenue has been ordered to tidy up her garden by February after it was branded an 'eye sore' by neighbours.

According to council papers the owner of 29 Phear Avenue has been ordered by

East Devon District Council to clean up land, forming part of the property's garden, to their satisfaction by February 18.

A council spokesman said: "The condition of the garden is now the subject of a further complaint and work is now necessary to remove any rubbish, cut the weeds and grass and generally tidy the garden.


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