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Newmarket woman is banned from entering her own home after court order is granted by Ipswich Magistrates Court

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A Newmarket resident has been banned from her own home for at least three months after a court order was granted relating to anti-social behaviour.

West Suffolk Council successfully applied for the Closure Order for 6 Brewers Lane following partnership work with Suffolk Police and Hastoe Housing Group.

Jade Fuzzard, 31, of 6 Brewers Lane, is the subject of the court order, which precludes her from entering the property for a minimum of three months.

The order was granted at Ipswich Magistrates Court.
The order was granted at Ipswich Magistrates Court.

While the order, granted by the court on Wednesday, is initially in place for three months, it can be extended.

Cllr Robert Everitt, Cabinet Member for Families and Communities at West Suffolk Council said: “This week is National Anti-Social Behaviour Awareness week. Behaviour such as persistently playing loud music, shouting, swearing and screaming, and drink and drug fuelled actions, can all have a damaging impact to the health and wellbeing of those people living and working close by. Court orders are always the last resort and we will always try to work with all parties to try to resolve the situation more amicably. But where all else fails, we and our partners, are prepared to take the necessary action to force a stop to these behaviours that have been plaguing the lives of local residents.”

George Parkinson, Operations Director at Hastoe said: “We understand the damaging impact antisocial behaviour can have on individuals and the wider community and we take our role in tackling these issues alongside our partners very seriously. Legal action is a last resort, but we will always use the powers available to us and support our partners in taking action when other measures do not work.”

Insp Mark Shipton from Newmarket said: "We know that anti-social behaviour can blight communities and seriously affect people's quality of life and this outcome demonstrates how collectively, working in partnership, we can take positive and successful action where necessary.”

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