A WOMAN has been banned from entering a property in Bournemouth after multiple reports of anti-social behaviour.

The house in West Howe will be closing with immediate effect for three months after the occupant was reported to the police for anti-social behaviour.

A woman has been banned from entering the property on 94 Frost Road, Bournemouth in respect to Section 80 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.

The occupant faces imprisonment if they re-enter the premises during the order.

In a letter posted to the property, it reads: “The court has considered a closure notice issued by the constable on March 25 2024 on the grounds that a person has engaged in anti-social behaviour on the premises and the use of the premises is associated with significant and persistent disorder or persistent serious nuisance to members of the public.

“The premises are to be closed immediately to all persons and remain closed for three months from the date of this order.

“A person who, remains on or enters the premises in contravention of this order is liable to a fine or imprisonment or both.”

Police, BCP Council and other emergency services are the only persons permitted into the property if the order gets granted.

The closure order was granted at Poole Magistrates on March 27.

A spokesperson for Bournemouth Police said: “The Bournemouth North Neighbourhood Policing Team have been working with BCP to obtain a three-month closure order on a property in West Howe due to anti-social behaviour by the occupant.

“Their behaviour had caused a persistent and serious nuisance to other residents and any breach of the order will be dealt with robustly.”

A BCP Council spokesperson said: "The council's Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) team and BCP Homes have been taking a multi-agency approach to tackle serious nuisance and disorder relating to 94 Frost Road, Bournemouth, Dorset.

"On 27 March 2024, a three month partial closure order was placed on the property, this allows those residing at the premises to remain however, prohibits anyone visiting the property, unless they are staff or support agencies.

"Any unauthorised person found in the property will be committing a criminal offence and could be arrested."