Local people are being asked to have their say on proposed changes to the legal restrictions in place to protect Calderdale’s distinctive moorlands and to keep public spaces safe and clean.
Calderdale Council is reviewing its Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs), which can prohibit certain behaviour or activity as well as require action to be taken in a defined area.
Calderdale currently has seven PSPOs which cover the following:
· The Moorland Fire PSPO was implemented in June 2019 to protect the borough’s moorland and upland areas by preventing the risk of fire.
· Five of the remaining PSPOs introduced restrictions on a person in charge of a dog/s, for example not entering specific areas such as children’s playgrounds and failing to clean up after their dog.
· The final order is in respect to the consumption of alcohol in a public place or other designated area. The order allows Police and community safety wardens to require individuals to stop drinking and surrender their alcohol
By clicking on the link below there is further information about (PSPOs), details of consultation events around Calderdale, FAQs about the PSPO renewal. Maps and link to the consultation feedback form.
As PSPOs affects us all your views, comments and suggestions are important, so please complete and return the consultation feedback form.