Tag: Public Space Protection Order

Public Space Protection Order to tackle street drinking in Bedford town centre

Following public consultation, Bedford Borough Council has approved a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) to tackle street drinking and related anti-social behaviour in the area of Bedford town centre.

This PSPO is set to come into force from today (16 December 2020) and is set to remain in place initially for three years .

This PSPO would prohibit people consuming alcohol or having an open container of alcohol in the defined area, to prevent anti-social behaviour.

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Central Bedfordshire Council agrees dog control Public Space Protection Order

Central Bedfordshire Council’s Executive yesterday (5 August 2020), agreed to keep the existing rules as it renewed Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO) in relation to dogs, for the next three years.

A blanket rule requiring dogs to be on leads in any open space with a marked sports pitch has been retained and renewed.

The order also includes dogs being prohibited from fenced play and games areas and parts of the council’s country parks. Dogs will also still need to be on a lead in cemeteries, picnic areas and A and B roads as well as on public footpaths.

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