Council succeeds in anti-social behaviour injunction
Published on Monday, 10th May 2021
Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council has succeeded in obtaining an injunction to prevent anti-social behaviour in Ryde Avenue, Nuneaton.
The council applied for an injunction order against Dean Moran for causing anti-social behaviour at an address in Ryde Avenue, in March. This injunction order has been awarded with powers of arrest attached.
Dean Moran will no longer be allowed to enter Ryde Avenue, including all houses, flats, blocks of flats/communal areas, and bungalows.
The Injunction Order was granted by County Court at Warwickshire Justice Centre on 26 March 2021, and a final order was granted on 31 March 2021.
The borough council’s housing officer, working in partnership with Warwickshire Police Safer Neighbourhoods Team, applied to the Court for an injunction order to be granted following numerous reports and complaints about unlawful use and supply of illegal drugs, and high levels of anti-social behaviour emanating from the address.
Dawn Dawson, Director of Regeneration, Economy and Assets at Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, said:
“Our housing services teams work hard to support our tenants to enjoy a good quality of life. If we find cases like this, where anti-social behaviour is affecting day to day life in an area, we won’t hesitate to take the firmest action possible against those responsible.
“We believe Nuneaton and Bedworth is a great place to live, and we want our communities to be able to enjoy the best that the borough can offer without disruption and disturbance from individuals like Dean Moran.
“Breaching this injunction could result in him being arrested and appearing in court, so I would urge members of the public to be vigilant and report any concerns to the police.”
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