Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Apartment eviction for plane and boat builder

A tenant accused of building a microlight aircraft and a motorboat in his second-floor apartment was today facing eviction for breaking a court order banning him from using his home as a workshop.

Neighbors complained that David Cameron was sawing, hammering and dropping heavy objects that "shake the whole building" in West Hampstead.

They claimed Mr Cameron was now putting the "finishing touches" to a 12ft by 10ft motorboat.

Stephen Meinhold, 56, who lives in the flat below, said he needed therapy for a "great deal of anxiety" caused by the noise.

He said: "We get hammering, drilling, sawing and God knows what else he is doing."

It is alleged that Mr Cameron broke a court order won by the Genesis housing association last year that stopped him using the flat as a workshop.

It has now initiated eviction proceedings and Mr Cameron will face court again.

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