News: PSPO for Burgess Hill

Posted on 11th September 2019

Glen at Aureo sent me details this week of a MSDC consultation concerning anti-social behaviour and specifically an effort to stop boy racers using the business parks as a race track.

Community Safety

Start Date:     24 July 2019              End Date:       17 September 2019

Consultation Details

Mid Sussex District Council is consulting on the introduction of a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) under Section 59-75 of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act, designating the area of Burgess Hill, West Sussex as a PSPO area to anti-social use of vehicle activity, also known as car cruising.

The consultation and draft Order, including the area proposed under the Order can be found here (203kB PDF) .

Map of area for Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) for car cruising/anti-social use of vehicles in Burgess Hill (3MB PDF) 

Links

Contact Details

Community Safety Team
Emailpspo@midsussex.gov.uk
Tel: 01444 458166

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