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Peterborough City Centre Public Spaces Protection Order consultation 2023

Status
Closed

Contact Information

Peterborough City CouncilSand Martin HouseBittern WayFletton QuaysPeterboroughPE2 8TY

Contact
Prevention and Enforcement Service

E-mail
antisocialbehaviour@peterborough.gov.uk

Telephone
01733 863853

Consultation Started: 20 Jan 2023 - Consultation Ended: 17 Feb 2023

Resolved: At the end of the petition period

We are carrying out a public consultation from 20 January to 17 February 2023 for you to have your say on:

  • The Peterborough City Centre Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO)
  • The proposal to extend the order for a further three years up to May 2026

Documents

Accessible text summary of map

The City Centre Public Spaces Protection Order area comprises:

Northminster Road, part of Broadway (from Midgate Junction to Northminster Road junction), Cattle Market Road, part of City Road (Wheel Yard junction to Northminster Road junction), Midgate, Westgate, Wheel Yard, Long Causeway, Cowgate, Church Street, Cathedral Square, Cumbergate, Exchange Street, Queen Street, King Street, Priestgate, Trinity Street, Wentworth Street, Bridge Street, Guildhall Walk, St Peters Road and part of Bourges Boulevard (from Westgate junction to St Peter's Road junction).

Further information about the existing City Centre PSPO is available on our Public Spaces Protection Orders page.

Have your say

The deadline for responses is 17 February 2023.

We can provide paper copies of the questionnaire upon request. You may also send us a written response by post to:

City Centre PSPO Consultation
Prevention and Enforcement Service
Sand Martin House
Bittern Way
Fletton Quays
Peterborough
PE2 8TY

We must receive the written response by 17 February 2023.

Data protection statement

Any personal information received in response to this consultation will not be disclosed publicly or with other agencies. It will be noted only for the purposes of this consultation and will be handled in accordance with our Data Protection Policy. It is therefore advised that anyone wishing to make an anonymous response to this consultation should not enter information that could identify themselves.