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Dog Control Public Space Protection Orders

Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO) – Dog Controls

Public Consultation - Renewal of two Public Space Protection Orders

The two Public Space Protection Orders made in respect of Landguard Point Nature reserve and Aldeburgh Beach are due to expire early in 2021.

The Aldeburgh Beach PSPO currently applies controls to dogs on the beach. The Languard Point PSPO includes controls to dogs and other activities. Please see the text of the current orders for full details.

We intend to renew these for a further three years. If you would like to comment on this proposal, please email our Environmental Protection team.

Please ensure your comments reach us before midnight on Friday 9 October 2020.

We have amended the various dog controls currently in force across the district.

In the case of Landguard Point nature Reserve, these controls also extend to other activities.

As well as updating controls, PSPOs also provide a more effective and efficient way of dealing with these types of offence through the issue of a Fixed Penalty Notice.

12 Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) were adopted in April 2020

1 Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) was adopted in January 2020

6 Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) were adopted in March 2019

2 Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) were adopted in January 2018