- A local authority may give a direction imposing prohibitions, requirements or restrictions in relation to access to a specified public outdoor place in its area, or public outdoor places in its area of a specified description.
Such a direction may in particular prohibit access at specified times.
A direction must:
- specify or describe the public outdoor place or places to which it relates in sufficient detail to enable the boundaries of the place or places to be determined
- state the date and time on which any prohibition, requirement or restriction imposed by the direction comes into effect, and the date and time on which it will end, and
- give details of the right of appeal to a magistrates' court, and the time within which such an appeal may be brought.
- 04 Nov 2021
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