Shepherds Bush Green public spaces protection order

Public Spaces Protection Order to prohibit public urination and defecation  

Following a public consultation in 2018, where 96% of respondents were in favour, the deputy leader of the council has approved the recommendation to extend the Public Spaces Protection Order prohibiting public urination and defecation in Shepherds Bush ward for a further three years. 

What are the restrictions?

You are prohibited from urinating or defecating in a public place in the area of Shepherds Bush Green Ward, as defined by the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham.  

A police constable, Police Community Support Officer or other authorised person may issue a fixed penalty notice to anyone they believe has committed an offence. You will have 14 days to pay the fixed penalty of £100 (reduced to £60 if paid within 10 days). If you pay the fixed penalty within 14 days you will not be prosecuted.  

Why are the powers needed? 

These powers are designed to ensure residents and visitors can enjoy our public spaces safely.  

We will be consulting with the police to consider whether the order might be varied to cover more areas of the borough and if so will carry out a further consultation with the public on any proposed variation. 

View a full copy of the order

  • Shepherds Bush Green Public Spaces Protection Order

    The Antisocial Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014
    Section 59 Public Spaces Protection Order

     London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham hereby makes the following Order:

    No person shall urinate or defecate in a public place in the area of Shepherds Bush Green ward, as defined by the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.

    This Order comes has been extended for a period of three (3) years.

    THIS ORDER is made by the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham (in this order called “the Authority”) because The Authority is satisfied on reasonable grounds that activities carried out or likely to be carried out in a public space, namely Shepherds Bush Green ward shown outlined in red on the attached map:

    • Have had or are likely to have a detrimental effect on the quality of life of those in the locality
    • Are or are likely to be unreasonable and
    • Justify the restrictions imposed

     

    The Council is satisfied that the following activities have been or are likely to be carried out in the public space:

    PUBLIC URINATION AND DEFECATION

    1. RESTRICTIONS:

    You are prohibited from urinating or defecating in any public place within the area shown outlined in red on the attached map.

    This order lasts for a period of three (3) years to 13th August 2021.

    2. WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU FAIL TO COMPLY WITH THIS ORDER?

    FIXED PENALTY

    A Police Constable, Police Community Support Officer or other authorised person may issue a fixed penalty notice to anyone he or she believes has committed an offence. You will have 14 days to pay the fixed penalty of £100 (£60 if paid within 10 days). If you pay the fixed penalty within the 14 days you will not be prosecuted.

    3. APPEALS

    Any challenge to this order must be made in the High Court by an interested person within six (6) weeks of it being made. An interested person is someone who lives in, or regularly works in or visits the restricted area. This means that only those who are directly affected by the restrictions have the power to challenge. The right to challenge also exists where an order is varied by the Council.

    This order shall remain in place until 13th August 2021

    ……………………….....................................................

    CHRIS REYNOLDS, COMMUNITY SAFETY MANAGER

     

    ……………………………………………………………….

    CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT ROB JONES, CENTRAL WEST BCU COMMANDER, METROPOLITAN POLICE

     

     

View a copy of the signed order: Shepherds Bush Green Public Spaces Protection Order (pdf 174KB)

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Image caption: Image 1: Map showing boundary of the Shepherds Bush Green urination order

Contacts 

To report breaches of this PSPO, contact: 

For further information about the PSPO, contact: