We hold consultations on important issues in the Chelmsford area, so that local people can shape where they live and the services they receive.
Our Consultation and Engagement Strategyoutlines our long-term approach to:
- involving residents in a consistent and coordinated way
- using corporate standards
- adopting innovative approaches
- following best practice
Our strategy ensures that our consultations are inclusive, accessible and a worthwhile experience for everyone involved.
We are currently consulting on the Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) we have for Chelmsford city centre.
We plan to remove the ban on aggressive begging, as we can deal with this behaviour more effectively using community protection warnings and notices.
We want to extend the PSPO for a further three years from 1 September 2019. The PSPO means we can control activities that affect the quality of life of people who live, visit, and work in the city centre. The PSPO will cover alcohol consumption, the distribution of free literature, fly-posting and the use of advertising boards.
This will ensure the quality of life of those who live, visit, and work in the city centre.
- view the draft PSPO
- comment online
- comment by post via Public Health and Protection Services, Chelmsford City Council, Civic Centre, Duke Street, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1JE
You need to submit any comments on the proposed PSPO by 5pm on Thursday 22 August 2019.