A property has been shut down by an Oxford court for ‘anti-social’ behaviour.

An application for a closure order was made to Oxford Magistrates’ Court on June 4, in respect to Coach House Mews on London Road in Bicester.

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A closure order was made by the court for three months and applies to the whole premises.

During this time, access to the property is banned to everyone except the resident, Leanne Storer, and Evelyn Storer (daughter), Megan Storer (sister) and Michelle Storer (mother).

Also exempt is:

  • Medical and emergency workers will be able to enter if they are working on behalf of the NHS, ambulance service, fire service or police
  • Any employee or servant for the probation service, adult social care, family social care, turning point and connexions
  • Any employee or servant or staff for Bromford Housing
  • Any employee or servant of Cherwell District Council


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This story was written by Sophie Perry. She joined the team in 2021 as a digital reporter.

You can get in touch with her by emailing: sophie.perry@newsquest.co.uk

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