A closure order has been obtained for a property in Braustone, due to anti-social behaviour concerns.
The order for the property, which sits on Gaskell Walk, was granted at Leicester Magistrates’ Court last week (August 9), following concerns raised by the local community. An application was made by Leicester City Council’s Community Safety Team, with support from police officers from the local neighbourhood.
The order was granted on the grounds that that a person had engaged in anti-social behaviour on the premises and the premises is associated with significant and persistent disorder or persistent and serious nuisance to members of the public.
It will remain in place for three months – until Tuesday November 8.
Sergeant Nick Golden, the Dedicated Neighbourhood Sergeant for Braunstone and Rowley Fields, said: “This is a true example of partnership working following concerns raised by the local community.
“We are committed to tackling anti-social behaviour in the area and this order will have a positive impact for local residents. I would like to thank the local community for their support in raising their concerns.”