Public Space Protection Order (PSPO)

Consultation has concluded

BCP Council is consulting on the proposal to form one PSPO relating to Anti-Social Behaviour and the consumption of alcohol in public places.

The proposal is not an alcohol ban and it does not make it an offence to drink alcohol in the area proposed to be covered by the Order. However, it would be an offence to fail to comply with a request from a Police Constable or Authorised Person to cease drinking or surrender alcohol in the area covered by the Order, if the individual is or is likely to cause anti-social behaviour. If alcohol is confiscated, it can be disposed of by the person who confiscates it.

Before making a decision to introduce the PSPO we would like to know your views on

  • whether you agree or disagree that BCP Council should introduce a PSPO relating to Anti-Social Behaviour and the consumption of alcohol in public places.
  • whether we have identified the right geographical areas
  • Are there any other ward areas that should be included that currently aren't under this proposal

Have your say

Please read the information document and complete our online survey.

If you have any questions or require a large print copy of the documents, or in an alternative language, please email asbteam@bcpcouncil.gov.uk giving your name, address and telephone number.



BCP Council is consulting on the proposal to form one PSPO relating to Anti-Social Behaviour and the consumption of alcohol in public places.

The proposal is not an alcohol ban and it does not make it an offence to drink alcohol in the area proposed to be covered by the Order. However, it would be an offence to fail to comply with a request from a Police Constable or Authorised Person to cease drinking or surrender alcohol in the area covered by the Order, if the individual is or is likely to cause anti-social behaviour. If alcohol is confiscated, it can be disposed of by the person who confiscates it.

Before making a decision to introduce the PSPO we would like to know your views on

  • whether you agree or disagree that BCP Council should introduce a PSPO relating to Anti-Social Behaviour and the consumption of alcohol in public places.
  • whether we have identified the right geographical areas
  • Are there any other ward areas that should be included that currently aren't under this proposal

Have your say

Please read the information document and complete our online survey.

If you have any questions or require a large print copy of the documents, or in an alternative language, please email asbteam@bcpcouncil.gov.uk giving your name, address and telephone number.



Map

6 months

The map below shows the areas it is proposed should be included in the Public Space Protection Order (PSPO). Please note this map is just for information purposes. Have your say by completing the survey

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.