Proposed Public Spaces Protection Order consultation - Seven Sisters
- This consultation is now closed. View the consultation report (PDF, 2MB)
Why we consulted?
We wanted your views on whether we should introduce a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) to tackle anti-social behaviour in the South Tottenham area. A PSPO is a new provision created by the 2014 Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014. It means restrictions and requirements can be placed on an area where activities have or are likely to have a detrimental effect on the quality of life of local people.
We are aware of concerns from residents about anti-social behaviour, particularly outside Wickes Superstore and in the alleyway between Roslyn Road and Southey Road. The council and the police have already tried a number of actions to try and tackle this issue, including enforcement and engagement with those responsible and we believed we have exhausted all other options.
A PSPO would give the police and council more powers to take action against those responsible for this activity. It would also involve restricting access to the alleyway by installing a lockable gate.
We asked for your views on whether you agreed with the proposal, if you wanted any alterations to the proposed PSPO and what impact the order may have on you, the local area or local people.
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