Officers obtain second Loughborough property closure order following ASB
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A second closure order has been obtained by police for a property in Loughborough following anti-social behaviour concerns.
The order was granted at Loughborough Magistrates’ Court for a flat at Barnsdsale Close on the grounds that a person had engaged in anti-social behaviour on the premises and that the use of the premises is associated with significant and persistent disorder or persistent serious nuisance to members of the public.
The order, which was granted on Wednesday (10 August), was made following an application by local officers with support from Riverside Housing Association
It will remain in place for three months.
Inspector Matt Oswin, Neighbourhood Policing Area Commander for Charnwood, said: “We have worked hard to address and resolve the issues raised around the flat but have been left with no choice to obtain a closure order.
“This is the second closure order we have obtained this month which confirms our committed response to tackling anti-social behaviour and the issues that affect those that live in, work in and visit the area.
“I would once again like to thank who have reported matters to us and ask that you continue to do this. We will take the appropriate action required to help keep our communities a safe and enjoyable place to be.”