Public Spaces Protection Order in Liverpool City Centre - update

Tuesday 03-11-2015 - 14:28

Liverpool City Council is considering making a public spaces protection order covering all public places within Liverpool City Centre. The order would ban consumption of alcohol (other than in licensed or authorised premises), touting for licensed premises, begging, taking “legal highs” and placing or erecting unauthorised structures in public places such as gazebos, tents, tables and chairs, stages, temporary shelters, boxes and crates.

UPDATE - Following a petition that was signed by 7,206 supporters, this proposal was reviewed early by Liverpool City Council and subsequently scrapped.

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