Council Proposes New Dog Control Order

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Residents here in east Suffolk are being invited to have their say on a new dog control order, that requires dogs to be kept on leads in certain places.

A new Public Space Protection Order is proposed, requiring dog owners to keep their pets on leads in specified areas – with the proposal replacing an existing order which expired in April.

Under the new order, dogs should be kept on a lead at any time of day or night, in the areas that include pedestrianised areas such as The Britten Centre, London Road North and High Street in, Lowestoft – as well as
 Exchange Square in Beccles and  The Thoroughfare in Halesworth.

 A full list of locations included as part of the new proposal – and details of how to comment, can be found online at www.eastsuffolk.gov.uk 

​The consultation will remain open and invite people to give their views on these proposals until Thursday 21 May 2020. 

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