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Closed - Public Spaces Protection Order No.2: vehicle-related anti-social behaviour (continuation)

Great Yarmouth Borough Council created a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) in February 2017 as part of multi-agency work to help tackle vehicle-related anti-social behaviour on and near the Great Yarmouth seafront.

This prohibits anyone within the PSPO area from participating in, or encouraging, such activities as:

  • driving at excessive speed
  • repeated and sudden rapid acceleration
  • racing vehicles
  • performing stunts

Where someone breaks the conditions of the PSPO, the Order allows enforcement action to be taken by police officers and authorised Council officers.

The Order runs for a three-year period at a time and is currently due to end on 01 February 2023.

The Council recently sought the views of the public, including residents, businesses and visitors, over whether or not the Order should be continued for another three years, or removed.

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Last modified on 24 October 2022

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