VISITORS are banned from going to a house because of antisocial behaviour.

Oxford Magistrates' Court issued a closure order for 4 Mereland Road in Didcot.

The order was made for three months and covers the whole premises.

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During this time access to the property is prohibited except for Daniel Dawson, any employee of the emergency services carrying out their lawful duty, any employee or agent of the housing association and any support worker.

Access to the property is allowed to Gillian Abbott and Charlie Lovegrove.

A closure order is notice prohibiting access to the premises for a set period of time.

Under the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, the maximum period of a closure order is three months.


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