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Public Space Protection Orders for dogs and for anti-social behaviour

This consultation has ended

Start date 24 June 2020
End date 30 July 2020

The council propose to amend and extend the existing Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) for dogs and for anti-social behaviour related to street drinking. As part of the proposed changes we are seeking your views.

PSPOs are an effective way of dealing with persistent anti-social activity by individuals or groups that is having a detrimental effect on the quality of life of those in the local area. The maximum penalty for failure to comply with a PSPO is a £1000 fine.

Under the terms of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, the current orders will expire on 19 October 2020. We propose that the PSPOs are amended and extended in revised forms for a further three years, until 19 October 2023.

Dog exclusion areas 

Please see the Dog Exclusion Areas for a list of sites included in the current order and those that have been added or amended are highlighted in red. These reflect changes to green spaces and other council owned land since the original order was introduced

Online survey

Please complete our online survey.

Further information

Email: pollution@islington.gov.uk

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