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Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) Gating Order

There are four Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO) in force in the Bradford district relating to the consumption of alcohol, to fires/wildfires, the gating of Highways and Public Footpaths and to nuisance driving.

 

ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR CRIME AND POLICING ACT 2014

 CITY OF BRADFORD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL

 PUBLIC SPACES PROTECTION ORDER EXTENSION 2020

 The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council (“the council”) has decided to extend the above public space protection orders within the following areas:

BRADFORD NORTH FOOTPATH 44 AND 45

VARIOUS HIGHWAYS IN EAST BOWLING LIDGET GREEN AND GREAT HORTON BRADFORD

VARIOUS HIGHWAYS IN LITTLE HORTON BRADFORD (NO 1)

VARIOUS HIGHWAYS IN LITTLE HORTON BRADFORD (NO 2)

PUBLIC FOOTPATH BRADFORD NORTH 155

 In October 2014 the Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014 was introduced which, in turn, created PSPO’s replacing gating orders. ‘Gating orders’ issued by the Council came into operation to reduce and prevent crime and anti-social behaviour in the area which was facilitated by the public right of way. These orders sought to have locked gates in the area detailed above. As a result of the implementation of the new legislation in the form of the Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014 this ‘Gating Order’ automatically converted into what is now known as a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) on the 20th October 2017.

The purpose of these orders is aimed at:

  1. Limiting elements of anti-social behaviour which impact on those residents within the areas listed above; and
  2. Reducing the level of crime which impact on those residents within the areas listed above.

Further details with regard to these orders, including plans, may be viewed by clicking on the appropriate links