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Designated Public Places Orders

Designated Public Places Orders

The new town centre PSPO controls the drinking of alcohol in the streets and public places in Chesterfield town centre. It replaces, or varies, previously existing Designated Public Places Orders.

Designated Public Places Orders (DPPOs)

A Designated Public Places Order (DPPO) covering Chesterfield town centre came into effect in 2004. The order was brought in to control the drinking of alcohol in public in the town centre.

In 2011 an additional order with the same powers came into effect covering part of the south of Chesterfield.

Changes made by the PSPO

The new town centre PSPO covers all of the 2004 DPPO area, so that order has now been discharged. The PSPO also applies to part of the area covered by the 2011 DPPO, so that order has been varied to take this into account.

Below you can find details of the 2011 order, the variation made to it, and the discharge of the 2004 Designated Public Places Order.

Notice of Discharge of the 2004 Chesterfield Alcohol DPPO (pdf 57 KB)
Chesterfield Borough Council Alcohol Consumption in Designated Public Places Order for part of the south area of Chesterfield 2011 (pdf 668 KB)
Notice of variation of the 2011 DPPO (pdf 81 KB)
Chesterfield Borough Council Alcohol Consumption in Designated Public Places Order (for part of the south area of Chesterfield) 2011 (Variation Order 2017) (pdf 2.13 MB)

 

 


Last updated on 15 December 2017