Bassetlaw District Council’s application for interim anti-social
behaviour injunctions against a tenant on Kilton Glade and her two
sons was granted by the District Judge at Mansfield County Court on
16th April 2012. The three injunctions followed years of
anti-social behaviour reported by other residents. None of the
defendants attended Court and the injunctions were granted in their
absence and listed for a further hearing in May 2012.
The injunctions prevent the three defendants from a number of
activities, including harassing others in the locality, playing
loud music or making loud noise inside or outside the premises. Two
of the defendants are prevented from consuming alcohol in the
garden or in the street outside the address.
Power of arrest has been attached to the injunctions of two of
the defendants as the Court felt they presented a significant risk
of harm to other members of the community.
Gerald Connor, the Council’s Community Safety Coordinator
commented, “The Council is determined to act against anti-social
behaviour across the District. These injunctions serve as a stern
warning that anyone who persists in making life unpleasant for the
rest of the community will be dealt with. Bassetlaw belongs to
everyone, not just the few who seem to think they can do exactly as
they please and repeatedly behave in ways that decent folk find
offensive and unacceptable.”
Last Updated - 20/11/2012