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LONDON BOROUGH OF SUTTON ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR, CRIME AND POLICING ACT 2014 PUBLIC SPACES PROTECTION ORDERS

Notice ID: SUT0318615

Notice effective from
28th September 2017 to 28th October 2017

LONDON BOROUGH OF SUTTON ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR, CRIME AND POLICING ACT 2014 PUBLIC SPACES PROTECTION ORDERS
TAKE NOTICE THAT in its continuing efforts to combat instances of Anti-Social Behaviour associated with the consumption of alcohol and Nuisance, the London Borough of Sutton (The Council) in partnership with the Metropolitan Police and Safer Sutton Partnership service, are hereby giving notice that the existing Designated Public Places Orders within the borough, will on 21st October 2017 convert to Public Spaces Protection Orders.

The purpose of the Public Spaces Protection Orders is make the public spaces within Sutton more welcoming to the public and to stop individuals or groups from committing or engaging in anti-social Behaviour within the public spaces within the borough. This Behaviour has a detrimental effect on the quality of life of those within the locality. The Council and the Metropolitan Police are of the opinion that given the continuing nature of the anti-social Behaviour, it would be unreasonable not to address the detrimental impact on those within the locality.

Within the areas set out in Appendix A, the consumption of alcohol is not prohibited, however in circumstances where a constable suspects that a person is engaging in Anti-Social Behaviour, the Public Spaces Protection Order will allow a constable and other accredited persons under Section 41 and Section 42 of the Police Reform Act 2002 to require a person, not to drink alcohol in that place, if the officer reasonably believes that a person has consumed or intends to do so, and to surrender the alcohol and any opened or sealed containers in the person's possession. Any person who fails to comply with a constables request under this provision may commit an offence and be liable to prosecution.
The Public Spaces Protection Order will last for a period of three years and will be subject to review.

Appendix A -
Public Spaces Protection Orders within the London Borough of Sutton.
List of Public Space Protection Orders - September 2017

1. Beddington Lane
2. Beddington Park
3. Belmont
4. Belmont Park
5. Benhill Avenue
6. Benhill Recreational Ground
7. Benhill Road
8. Buxton Crescent
9. Central Road
10. Cheam Common Road
11. Cheam Park
12. Cheam Recreation Ground
13. Church Hill Road
14. Collingwood Recreational Ground
15. Connaught Road
16. Cuddington Recreational Ground
17. Dale Park
18. Elms Ponds
19. Erskine Road
20. Esher Avenue
21. Fairlands Park
22. Grove Park
23. Hamilton Avenue Recreational Ground
24. Jubilee Road
25. Kingston Gardens
26. Lavender Road
27. London Road
28. Longfellow Road Playground
29. Mellows Park
30. Middleton Circle
31. Netley Close
32. Oakhill Road
33. Oaks Park
34. Orchard Avenue Open Space
35. Parkhurst Road
36. Poulter Park
37. Prince of Wales Road
38. Reigate Avenue Recreation Ground
39. Ridge Road
40. Ridge Road Allotments
41. Rosehill Park
42. Rosehill Recreation Ground
43. Rosehill Shops
44. Roundshaw Area
45. Royston Park
46. Sears Park
47. St Helier Avenue
48. St Helier Open Space
49. Stanley Park
50. Sutton Common Recreation Ground
51. Sutton Common Road
52. Sutton Town Centre
53. The Grange
54. The Green, Wrythe Lane
55. Thomas Wall Park
56. Tudor Close
57. Wallington Library Gardens
58. Wallington Town Centre
59. Wandle Valley
60. Watercress Park
61. Westmead Road
62. Woodley Lane
63. Wrayfield Road
64. Wrythe Lane
65. Wrythe Recreation Ground

Attachments

SUT0318615.pdf Download

London Borough of Sutton

Civic Offices , St. Nicholas Way , Sutton , SM1 1EA

http://www.sutton.gov.uk/ 020 8770 5000

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