Oxford link The definition that fits this case:
Officially prevent (someone) from doing something.
‘her son was banned for life from the Centre’
- I ban you from my house.
This means that I prevent you from entering my house.
- I am being banned from my house.
This means that someone is preventing me from entering my house.
Mr Rigby pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and was fined £1,080 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £108 and costs of £85. In addition to (ban/being banned) for 12 months, he was ordered to take an extended driving test.
Mr Rigby is not the person who is enforcing the ban. He is the target of the ban. Therefore, it would only be correct to say that Mr Rigby is being banned.