Dog Control Public Spaces Protection Orders
We introduced Dog Control Orders in 2008 in accordance with section 55 of the Clean Neighbourhood and Environment Act 2005. They enable us to react quickly to problems resulting from irresponsible dog ownership.
From October 2017, all existing Dog Control Orders in Eden are now Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs).
We reviewed the PSPOs in October 2020. The review saw no changes to any of the orders, so the renewal of the PSPOs was without amendments.
The three Dog Control Orders / PSPOs
The Fouling of Land by Dogs (District of Eden) Order 2008 (PDF 136Kb / 2 pages)
The Dogs on Leads (District of Eden) Order 2008 (PDF: 28Kb / 1 page)
The Dogs Exclusion (District of Eden) Order 2008 (PDF 32Kb / 1 page)
If you commit an offence under any of the provisions of these Orders we may be issue you with a £75 Fixed Penalty Notice or you may be liable, upon conviction in the Magistrates' Court, for a fine of up to £1,000.
Who will enforce them?
Our Environmental Enforcement Officers, Police Officers and Police Community Support Officers are all authorised to issue Fixed Penalty Notices.
Identifying Dog Control Order / PSPO areas
We supply signs to identify Dog Control Order / PSPO areas.
Report a dog owner breaking a Dog Control Order / PSPO
Contact the Environmental Enforcement Officers on the details below to report dogs not on leads, roaming, fouling, or in a dog exclusion area.