& # 39; My children cannot play outside! & # 39; Family is terrorized by local residents who fight in the street and drink until the wee hours
- The Queensland family claim to be terrorized by their drunken neighbors
- Father of Two said that constant parties and drunken fights took place
- Their neighbors live in government buildings on Ross River Road, Townsville
A family says that they live in fear of their government that houses neighbors who fight on the street and let them party late into the night.
The father told me Townsville Bulletin his family had been dealing with antisocial behavior for too long.
His neighbors live in government buildings on Ross River Road, in Townsville, Queensland.
& # 39; Do you know what? I am a homeowner who does everything I can to get through it and I am working on it and this is what I am dealing with, & the father of two told the publication.
A family says they live in fear of their government that houses neighbors who fight on the street and constantly give parties until late at night (stock image)
& # 39; If my kids can't play in the backyard on a Saturday in the middle of the day, it's just crazy. & # 39;
On one occasion he claimed that his wife was forced to call the police after the neighbors refused to leave his driveway.
He told the publication he had called to complain more than 50 times to the police and the Ministry of Housing and Public Works and felt that nothing was being done.
Government housing is provided to people with a low income and the most vulnerable people in society.
A Ministry of Housing spokesperson said the department did not comment on individual cases.
The spokesperson said, however, that the department is acting if dangerous or illegal behavior is reported.
& # 39; Just like any responsible landlord, the department carries out annual inspections of buildings, but will investigate earlier if there are complaints about an address, & # 39;
He told the publication he had called to complain to the police and the Ministry of Housing and Public Works more than 50 times and felt that nothing was being done (stock image)
Queensland Government House received 20,651 housing applications from early 2018 to March 2019.
Of those applications, 42.9 percent were assessed as having a very high need for social housing, while 31.3 percent of applicants in the register were assessed as having a great need for social housing.
In the meantime, a total of 68,165 people live in government buildings in March 2019.
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