Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs)
A Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) bans or restricts certain acts or behaviour in a certain area. They’re used in areas where certain behaviour is having a negative effect on the quality of life of those using the space.
Breaking a PSPO is a criminal offence and can lead to a fixed penalty notice or prosecution.
Consultation: Dursley/Stroud Public Space Protection Order renewals
Should drinking alcohol continue to be banned in Stroud and Dursley town centres?
Consultation: We need your views on controlling dogs in public
Everyone who uses canal towpaths and cycle tracks in the Stroud district is being asked for their views on keeping dogs on leads.
The previously adopted Public Spaces Protection Orders relating to alcohol consumption within Stroud and Dursley Town Centres have been extended for a further 3 years commencing on 19th October 2020. The requirements of the Orders were unchanged. The Orders are as follows:-
Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) consultation
Your views are really important to understand whether we need to change the PSPO or develop other ways to help reduce anti-social behaviour in Stroud/Dursley Town Centres and throughout the district.