In 2007, following consultation with the local town council, the police and public, a Designated Public Place Order (DPPO) was introduced in part of Leiston, restricting the drinking of alcohol in public places.
The order that applies is called the Alcohol Consumption in Designated Public Places (Leiston) Order (No1) 2007.
The order applies to:
Station Road, Buller Road, Roberts Road, Dinsdale Road, Kitchener Road, Crown Street, Prospect Place, Mafeking Place, Main Street, Old School Close, High Green, Old Foundry Place, Platers Walk, Upton Place, King Edward Road, Victory Road, Waterloo Avenue up to the junction with King Edward Road, Long Row, Urban Road, Charles Adam Close, Park Hill, Cross Street, Sizewell Road, King Georges Avenue as far east as the lane leading to Kiln Bungalow known locally as Kiln Lane, Paxton Chadwick Close, Sylvester Road, Grimsey Road, Arnhem Road, Eastward Ho, Haven Road, Seaward Avenue, High Street, Central Road, Orchard Road, Kings Road, South Close, Quakers Way, Andrew Close, Garrett Crescent, Red House Lane, Hancocks Close, Grimseys Lane, Valley Road, Haylings Road, Paradise Place, Southfield Drive, Haylings Grove, John Street, Minden Drive, Goldings Lane, Aldeburgh Road as far down as the junction with Goldings Lane, Fridays Orchard, the area of open space known as Haylings Pond. The Recreation Ground adjacent to Leiston County Primary School, The Recreation Ground adjacent to Park Hill and Victory Road. All public car parks with access or egress from or onto any of the streets listed here.
It should be noted that the order only relates to public places but not to: