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7163447695?profile=RESIZE_400xPRESSURE to rehouse rough sleepers who have been living in a city hotel is mounting with neighbouring residents claiming they have been left 'broken' and 'sleep deprived' amid further reports of anti-social behaviour.

The Ibis Hotel in Fratton Way, in Southsea, has been used by Portsmouth City Council as a temporary shelter for homeless people since April, allowing them to self-isolate during the pandemic.

However, residents of the Vista Apartments in Fratton Way, in Portsmouth, which neighbours the Ibis Hotel, say 'constant crime and disruption' next door has led to sleepless nights.


Portsmouth Evening News

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