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Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) Dogs draft for consultation

Meeting: 07/07/2020 - Cabinet (Item 22)

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The Cabinet is requested to consider the report and make the following resolutions:

 

1.    That the attached draft Public Spaces Protection Order 2020 – Control of Dogs and schedules and maps (Appendices 1-4) for the purpose of a public consultation be approved.

 

2.    That Cabinet authorises commencement of a public consultation exercise on the draft Public Spaces Protection Order 2020 – Control of Dogs.     

Additional documents:

Decision:

RESOLVED

 

1.    That the attached draft Public Spaces Protection Order 2020 – Control of Dogs and schedules and maps (Appendices 1-4) as amended be approved for the purpose of public consultation.

 

2.    That the commencement of a public consultation exercise on the draft Public Spaces Protection Order 2020 – Control of Dogs be approved.     

Minutes:

Cllr Plant introduced the item. She explained that the Environment Panel at its meeting on 17 June 2020 had requested amendment to Schedule 1 of the draft PSPO to include reference to land adjacent to roads with a designated speed limit of 40mph or more by deleting the words ‘having a designated speed limit of 40 mph or less’ from the text at Appendix 1, Schedule 1, Clause 1.  The word ‘cycleway’ was also added to Schedule 1, Clause 2’.

 

Mr Ballard was then invited to provide comment.

 

The Chair requested clarification about the 40 mph speed limit referenced on page 174 of the agenda pack. Both Mr Bennett and Mr Ballard confirmed that it could be deleted as it had been carried over historically from the previous Act. 

 

In a vote the Cabinet made the following resolutions:

 

RESOLVED

 

1.    That the attached draft Public Spaces Protection Order 2020 – Control of Dogs and schedules and maps (Appendices 1-4) as amended be approved for the purpose of public consultation.

 

2.    That the commencement of a public consultation exercise on the draft Public Spaces Protection Order 2020 – Control of Dogs be approved.