The broad implications of PSPOs for public space are concerning. As Janet Davis of the Ramblers writes, “we fear that PSPOs make it all too easy for local authorities to restrict access to public spaces”. Anna Minton “PSPOs represent a serious ramping up of the control of public space. The privatisation of public space brings with it a host of undemocratic controls on access and behaviour – but PSPOs are at least as concerning, as they are a legislative means of restricting the right to behave freely under the law within city space, regardless of whether it’s public or private. I wonder if this legislative framework is the next step on from Pops.”
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