Agenda item - Public Space Protection Orders- Dog Control, Alcohol in Public Places and Gating

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Agenda item

Public Space Protection Orders- Dog Control, Alcohol in Public Places and Gating

Report of the Interim Executive Director Housing, Neighbourhoods and Communities

Decision:

RESOLVED – that Committee:

 

1.    Endorses the continued use of the PSPOs relating to the existing gating orders, dog control orders and drinking in public places for three years until further review is required in 2023. The orders will be amended to reflect the new relevant dates.

 

2.    Agrees for officers to work with residents to consider amendments to the Oxford Court gating PSPO and to bring a proposed amended Order back to Committee for approval.

Minutes:

32.1    The Committee considered a report of the Interim Executive Director Housing Neighbourhoods and Communities which sought to request that Committee endorse the continued use of the PSPOs relating to the existing gating orders, dog control and drinking in public places for three years until further review was required in 2023. It also sought to recommend that committee agree officers to work with residents to   consider amendments to the Oxford Court gating PSPO and to bring a proposed amended Order back to Committee for approval. The report was provided by the Head of Safer Communities.

 

32.2    RESOLVED – that Committee:

 

1.    Endorses the continued use of the PSPOs relating to the existing gating orders, dog control orders and drinking in public places for three years until further review is required in 2023. The orders will be amended to reflect the new relevant dates.

 

2.    Agrees for officers to work with residents to consider amendments to the Oxford Court gating PSPO and to bring a proposed amended Order back to Committee for approval.

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