CITY OF LONDON CORPORATION PROPOSED EXTENSION OF PUBLIC SPACES PROTECTION ORDERS AT BURNHAM BEECHESNotice ID: MF0212680
CITY OF LONDON CORPORATION
PROPOSED EXTENSION OF PUBLIC SPACES PROTECTION ORDERS AT BURNHAM BEECHES
This notice is to inform anyone with an interest that the Common Council of the City of London is considering extending the duration of the following public spaces protection orders at Burnham Beeches from 1 December 2017 for a further three year period under the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014: 1. Fouling of Land by Dogs Order. This makes it an offence on land to which the order applies for any one at any time to fail to remove dog faeces deposited by a dog for which he or she is responsible. The order applies to the whole of Burnham Beeches.
2. Dogs on Leads Order. This makes it an offence on land to which the order applies for anyone at any time not to keep a dog for which he or she is responsible on a lead of not more than five metres in length. The order applies to that part of Burnham Beeches to the west of Sir Henry Peeks Drive and Halse Drive and to the two fenced areas of approximately 319 square metres and 221 square metres adjoining the cafe enclosure at Burnham Beeches.
3. Dogs on Leads by Direction Order. This makes it an offence on land to which the orderapplies foranyone at any time to fail to put and keep a dog for whichhe orshe is responsible on a lead of not more than five metres in length when directed to do so by an authorised officer of the Common Council of the City of London. The order applies tothatpartofBurnhamBeechestothe eastofandincludingSirHenryPeeksDriveand Halse Drive but excluding those fenced areas covered by orders 2 and 4.
4. Dogs Exclusion Order. This makes it an offence for anyone at any time to allow a dog for which he or she is responsible to enter or remain on land to which the order applies. The order applies to the cafe enclosure of approximately 245 square metres at Burnham Beeches.
5. Dogs (Specified Maximum) Order. This makes it an offence for anyone at any time to take more than four dogs for which he or she is responsible onto land to which the order applies. The order applies to the whole of Burnham Beeches.
This is only a summary of the relevant offences and certain exemptions and defences apply. The above orders were made as dog control orders under the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005 and came into force on 1 December 2014. Due to legislative changes, the provisions of any surviving dog control orders will automatically be treated as if they were the provisions of public spaces protection orders from 20 October 2017; however the above orders will then expire on 30 November 2017 unless extended for a further period of up to three years. References to Burnham Beeches are to that area of land known as Burnham Beeches in the Parishes of Farnham Royal and Burnham owned by the Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London and including all roads, highways and other rights of way over that land.
A map of the area or areas covered by each of the orders, and further information as to their effect, can be viewed free of charge at the Burnham Beeches Office, Hawthorn Lane, Farnham Common, South Bucks, SL2 3TE - Monday to Friday, between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm from 1 May 2017 until 15 June 2017. The map and further information can also be viewed on public notice boards within Burnham Beeches and on the Burnham Beeches website:
The Common Council of the City Of London invites any representations on the proposals.
All representations need to be made to the Common Council of the City of London
by 15 June 2017.
Representations should be sent to:
The Superintendent, Burnham Beeches Office, Hawthorn Lane, Farnham Common, SouthBucks SL2 3TE
Or by email: email@example.com
Superintendent of Burnham Beeches, Stoke and City Commons