Corby enforces its first Closure Order on ‘ASB house’

Release Date: 
Monday, February 12, 2018 - 17:00

Corby Borough Council has enforced their first ever Closure Order this week for a house in the Kingswood Estate, Corby.

4 Butterwick Walk, a house associated with drug use and anti-social behaviour, was closed thanks to efforts of Corby Borough Council’s Community Safety Team in partnership with Northamptonshire Police. The order was granted on Tuesday 6th February at Wellingborough Magistrates’ Court and led to the exclusion of the resident, who is now forbidden to enter the address.

The Order was granted following several incidents and reports of drug dealing and anti-social behaviour occurring at the address including fighting in the street and drug paraphernalia being found.

The house has now been secured and Community Safety Officers have fixed copies of the Closure Order to the premises to make it clear that it is a criminal offence for any unauthorised person to enter the address.

The Leader of Corby Borough Council, Cllr Tom Beattie, said:

‘This has been a lengthy and difficult case for our officers involved and I would like to thank them as well as our partners at the Police and the wider community for the work they have put in to get this successful order on the property.

‘It is of course sad that these actions have to be taken but despite warnings and attempts to work with the resident, their actions and the actions of those that they associated with were causing great distress for the wider community. We hope the action taken this week will now give residents comfort and respite from the ongoing issues and that they can once again enjoy the quality of life we all deserve to live within our Borough.’

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Last updated: Monday 12th February 2018 04:57:54 PM
Review date: Sunday 2nd February 2020 04:57:24 PM