A landlord from Bury has been ordered to pay £5,200 in court costs after his three-storey house was closed for being a blight on the neighbourhood.
The property, owned Abdul Razar Saddiqui, has been associated with drug-dealing and possible exploitation offences.
Saddiqui, 52, contested the closure order, brought by Manchester City Council.
Police had received 86 calls about the three-storey property since 2014.
Neighbours complained that the house was not being properly maintained.
According to council chiefs, waste offences had also piled up in relation to the property, with at least five notices served on the house since 2016.
An application to close the property for three months was granted by magistrates on the grounds a person has, or will, ‘engage in disorderly, offensive or criminal behaviour on the premises’.