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East Staffordshire Borough Council has commissioned thinkingplace to work with us to develop a forward-looking place narrative for Burton upon Trent. This will help build civic pride and confidence, market the area to attract inward investment and visitors, create jobs, and support existing business in the area.

Burton upon Trent has some great assets and lots of potential, and more needs to be done to raise the profile and image of the town. With this in mind, we want your views to help us understand local issues and priorities as well as ideas you may have for the future of Burton upon Trent.

This is about:

  • Making Burton upon Trent a better place to live
  • Creating a place where people want to spend time and money
  • Improving skills and creating jobs
  • Making an environment where businesses choose to locate, stay and grow
  • Improving Burton upon Trent Town Centre
  • Defining and celebrating what makes Burton upon Trent special
  • Recovering from Covid-19

It would be very helpful if you could spend a few minutes completing this survey to share with us your thoughts and views.

Complete the survey online

The survey will be open until 31st August 2022.

Review of Public Space Protection Orders – Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014

East Staffordshire Borough Council is reviewing its Public Space Protection Orders in respect of dog control and alcohol restriction areas. 

The legislation states that the maximum time a Public Space Protection Order can be implemented for is three years, before requiring a formal review. 

Therefore, the Council, as the Local Authority wishes to review the current Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) under the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014. In addition, the Council is considering introducing new PSPOs, varying the existing PSPOs by increasing or reducing the restricted area, altering or removing a prohibition or requirement included in the order, or discharging any existing ones where they are no longer required. 

As part of this process we are carrying out a public consultation exercise to determine the views of the general public and other interested parties.  

We look forward to receiving responses and will answer any questions that you may have.

The details regarding the consultation and existing PSPOs are available on the PSPO page.

Please return any comments via the email below by Monday 20th June to pspo@eaststaffsbc.gov.uk.