Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO's)

A number of areas within Aylesbury Vale have for a number of years been subject to a Designated Public Place Order the effect of which is to confer a power to a police officer or PCSO to confiscate any alcohol from someone drinking in a public place.

Arising from changes in legislation DPPOs are now replaced by Public Space Protection Orders.

It is an offence not to comply with a request from a police officer, PCSO or any other authorised officer to cease drinking or surrender alcohol in an area subject to the order. Alcohol can be confiscated and disposed of.

Failure to comply is an offence and can result in a fine of up to £500 in the Magistrates' Court or can be dealt with by issuing a Fixed Penalty Notice of £100.

The sites covered by a Public Space Protection Order are:

Site

Ward

Alfred Rose Memorial Park

Elmhurst

Badgers Estate, Buckingham

Buckingham South

Bateman Drive

Mandeville & Elm Farm

Bedgrove Park/Spinney

Bedgrove

Beech Green

Southcourt

Blackwater Drive

Walton Court & Hawkslade

Bowlers Field

Gatehouse

Carlton Close/Yellow Park

Riverside

Aylesbury Cemetery

Central & Walton

Fairmile

Bedgrove

Coppice Way

Oakfield

Cornwalls Meadow/Heartlands/Stratford Fields

Buckingham South/Buckingham North

Cottesloe

Southcourt

Denby Walk

Oakfield

Dunsham Park

Elmhurst

Edinburgh/Walton Court Playing Fields

Southcourt/Walton Court & Hawkslade

Elm Green

Southcourt

Haddington Way

Oakfield

Haydon Hill

Riverside

Narbeth Drive

Oakfield

Oakfield Road

Oakfield

Overn Avenue

Buckingham North

Richmond Road

Oakfield

Riverside Walk

Gatehouse/Riverside

Simpson Place/Harvey Road

Mandeville & Elm Farm

Somerville Way

Coldharbour

Vale Park

Central & Walton

Waivers Way

Mandeville & Elm Farm

Walton Court

Walton Court & Hawkslade

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