Alcohol consumption Public Spaces Protection Order

On 1 October 2017 Salford’s Designated Public Place Order converted to a Public Spaces Protection Order for a period of 3 years.

The order has the aim of prohibiting the consumption of alcohol thereby reducing the associated anti-social behaviour. The effect of the order is to restrict all persons within the restricted area from carrying out the prohibited activities specifically identified within the schedule to this order, at all times.

The prohibitions in the schedule being:

  1. You must refrain from consuming alcohol (or an item reasonably believed to be alcohol), when asked to do so by an authorised person.
  2. You must surrender any alcohol (or items reasonably believed to be alcohol), when asked to do so by an authorised person.

A person, who fails without reasonable excuse to comply with a requirement imposed commits an offence and is liable:

  • On summary conviction to a fine not exceeding £500
  • Or to a fixed penalty notice not exceeding £100

The order applies to the following wards in their entirety:

  • Walkden North, Walkden South and Little Hulton
  • Swinton North, Swinton South and Pendlebury
  • Eccles, Winton and Barton
  • Claremont, Weaste and Seedley
  • Kersal, Broughton and Irwell Riverside
  • Ordsall and Langworthy

Parts of the following wards:

  • Irlam and Cadishead from M62 South and Manchester Ship Canal to the border with Warrington.
  • Worsley – Barton Road and Worsley Brow from the border with Eccles. Worlsey Road from M60 – Junction 13 to border with Swinton South. Moorside Road from junction with Worsley Road to East Lancashire Road.
  • Boothstown and Ellenbrook – area bounded by Mosley Common Road, Leigh Road, Ellenbrook Road and East Lancashire Road to border with Wigan.
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