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Closure order extended on Cambridge property to prevent anti-social behaviour



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A closure order on a property in Cambridge has been extended to prevent anti-social behaviour.

The boarded up 90 Osprey Drive in Cambridge where a closure order has been extended Picture: Keith Heppell (54235934)
The boarded up 90 Osprey Drive in Cambridge where a closure order has been extended Picture: Keith Heppell (54235934)

The extension for 90 Osprey Drive was granted by Cambridge Magistrates’ Court on Friday (January 7) for a further three months due to concerns around suspected drug activity and anti-social behaviour.

During that time no-one is permitted to remain at or enter the address.

The first three-month closure order was granted in October and an extension application was made following persistent reports of anti-social behaviour which was having a detrimental effect on the nearby community.

PC Jamal Ali, from the Cambridge neighbourhood team, said: “I’d like to thank the local community for their patience and co-operation in tackling this anti-social behaviour.

“We hope this extension will provide further respite to those who have been living in fear. Any breaches will be dealt with robustly.”

The closure order states the property be closed in accordance with the Anti-Social Behaviour and Policing Act 2014 until April 15. If anyone is found on the premises unlawfully they render themselves liable to arrest.



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