Public Spaces Protection Order - Eagle Brewery Wharf Consultation 2020

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A map of the proposed area for the PSPO. This covers Eagle Brewery Wharf Open Space, an area surrounded by residential and business premises between Riverside Walk and High Street, Kingston upon Thames, KT1.

We are consulting on the introduction of a PSPO for Eagle Brewery Wharf to prohibit a range of activities including group gatherings, nuisance behaviour, excessive noise and psychoactive substances (formally known as ‘legal highs’).

Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO) can be used to regulate activities in particular public places that can have a detrimental effect on the local community. They can help by giving local councils and local police additional powers to tackle antisocial behaviour in specific locations.

The PSPO will give officers from Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames, Metropolitan Police and designated agencies the right to issue fixed penalty notices of maximum £100 or take offenders to court to face a heftier sentence.

The specific area can be seen on the map on this page.

A conviction for breaching the PSPO could carry a fine of up to £1,000.

We ask for your views on whether you agree with the proposal, if you want any alterations to the proposed PSPO and what impact the order may have on you, the local area or local people.

Please let us know by filling out the survey below.

Next steps

When the consultation has ended, we will consider the feedback to the proposal for a PSPO and any comments and evidence provided.

We are consulting on the introduction of a PSPO for Eagle Brewery Wharf to prohibit a range of activities including group gatherings, nuisance behaviour, excessive noise and psychoactive substances (formally known as ‘legal highs’).

Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO) can be used to regulate activities in particular public places that can have a detrimental effect on the local community. They can help by giving local councils and local police additional powers to tackle antisocial behaviour in specific locations.

The PSPO will give officers from Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames, Metropolitan Police and designated agencies the right to issue fixed penalty notices of maximum £100 or take offenders to court to face a heftier sentence.

The specific area can be seen on the map on this page.

A conviction for breaching the PSPO could carry a fine of up to £1,000.

We ask for your views on whether you agree with the proposal, if you want any alterations to the proposed PSPO and what impact the order may have on you, the local area or local people.

Please let us know by filling out the survey below.

Next steps

When the consultation has ended, we will consider the feedback to the proposal for a PSPO and any comments and evidence provided.

  • This survey is now closed. Thank you for your contributions

    Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO) can be used to regulate activities in particular public places that can have a detrimental effect on the local community. They can help by giving local councils and local police additional powers to tackle antisocial behaviour in specific locations.

    We are consulting on the introduction of a PSPO to prohibit a range of activities including group gatherings, nuisance behaviour, excessive noise and psychoactive substances (formally known as ‘legal highs’).

    The PSPO will give officers from Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames, Metropolitan Police and designated agencies the right to issue fixed penalty notices of maximum

    Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO) can be used to regulate activities in particular public places that can have a detrimental effect on the local community. They can help by giving local councils and local police additional powers to tackle antisocial behaviour in specific locations.

    We are consulting on the introduction of a PSPO to prohibit a range of activities including group gatherings, nuisance behaviour, excessive noise and psychoactive substances (formally known as ‘legal highs’).

    The PSPO will give officers from Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames, Metropolitan Police and designated agencies the right to issue fixed penalty notices of maximum £100 or take offenders to court to face a heftier sentence.

    A conviction for breaching the PSPO could carry a fine of up to £1,000.

    We ask for your views on whether you agree with the proposal, if you want any alterations to the proposed PSPO and what impact the order may have on you, the local area or local people.

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