A PSPO is legislation that allows a local authority (the council) to address a particular nuisance or problem that may occur in a particular area. The PSPO works by imposing conditions on the use of that area which apply to everyone.

PSPOs are designed to ensure the law-abiding majority can use and enjoy public spaces, safe from anti-social behaviour.

The Isle of Wight Council's Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs), include the controls that were previously called Dog Control Orders (DCOs) and Designated Public Place Orders (DPPOs) and some other measures to control antisocial behaviour.

Alongside the creation, migration and formalisation of these previous orders into a single set of PSPOs, the council is considering some small amendments to these.

We would really value your feedback on these proposals by 30 June 2020. 

Thank you.

Following the consultation period, the Isle of Wight Council will consider all representations that have been made before deciding whether to make any changes or proceed to confirm the order.
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