Consultations

Open consultations

Application to Adopt A Kiosk – Bell Lane, Lower Broadheath

West Mercia Police has applied to BT’s Adopt a Kiosk scheme, to take ownership of the telephone kiosk in Bell Lane, Lower Broadheath, WR2 6RR for use as a community hub. This would result in the permanent removal of the telephone system.

In the last 12 months 27 calls have been made from the kiosk.

Under Ofcom regulations, we are obliged to consult with the community on BT’s behalf.

You can object to the proposal, or show your support for it, by filling in short online survey by clicking here. 

Deadline for responses is Sunday, 28 May 2017.

You can find more information about BT’s Adopt a Kiosk scheme by clicking here.

Application to Adopt A Kiosk – Station Road, Ripple

Ripple Parish Council has applied to BT’s Adopt a Kiosk scheme, to take ownership of the telephone kiosk in Station Road, Ripple GL20 6EY. This would result in the permanent removal of the telephone system.

In the last 12 months 4 calls have been made from the kiosk.

Under Ofcom regulations, we are obliged to consult with the community on BT’s behalf.

You can object to the proposal, or show your support for it, by filling in short online survey by clicking here.

Deadline for responses is Sunday, 28 May 2017.

You can find more information about BT’s Adopt a Kiosk scheme by clicking here.

 

Closed consultations

Dog Control Consultation

We are proposing the creation of a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) pursuant to dog control. If approved, the PSPO will allow us to deal with dog control offences by issuing fixed penalty notices.

We currently have the powers to enforce a fixed penalty notice for dog fouling in the district in compliance with The Dogs (Fouling of Land) Act 1996, however we would like to take a more proactive approach to tackle dog control offences in the district through the PSPO.

The proposed PSPO will cover:

  • Failure to carry a poop bag or other means to clean up after a dog.
  • Failure to keep a dog on a lead in a designated area.
  • Failure to exclude dogs from fenced off or enclosed children’s playgrounds.

Dog Control Frequently Asked Questions