Amendments to the Public Spaces Protection Orders

Consultation type
Opening date
Closing date
Brief description

The Council introduced 168 Public Spaces Protection Orders ('PSPOs') (one for each parish) on 1 September 2016 and in accordance with Section 60 of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 ('2014 Act'), is required to review these Orders at least every three years.

The 2014 Act provides that the local authority that made the Order/s may extend the period for which it has effect if satisfied on reasonable grounds that doing so is necessary to prevent:-

  • (a) occurrence or recurrence after that time of the activities identified in the Order, or
  • (b) an increase in the frequency or seriousness of those activities after that time.

The Council, in consultation with statutory consultees, strongly believes that if the PSPOs were to cease on 31 August 2022 the problems identified within the areas of the PSPOs are likely to return to the previous levels of frequency.

Type of consultation
Target audience
East Riding Residents
How to get involved
Click on the link above to fill in the online survey or see details below to request a paper version.
Contact details

For further information or to request a paper version of the survey, please contact Safe Communities using one of the following:

Tel: (01482) 396380


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