Consultation on Telscombe Tye Public Spaces Protection Order - Closing date for survey.
From Lewes & Eastbourne Council website...
Lewes District Council is consulting over options for a proposed Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) on Telscombe Tye. The purpose of a PSPO would be to protect the lambs and ewes that graze on the Tye from being scared, injured or killed by dogs.
PSPOs can be put in place by councils to deal with issues that have a detrimental and persistent effect on the quality of life of residents in the area. Loss of ewes and lambs can have a major financial and emotional effect on the local community.
The cost of replacing livestock is borne by the Town Council but ultimately from public funds. The sight of a dog attack, at the time of the incident and its aftermath, can be very distressing for all involved.
The options are set out below and further information is available in the consultation information pack which is available to download below.
What options are being proposed?
Following discussions with the Kennel Club and other local groups, we are putting forward three proposed options for comment. We are inviting feedback from local residents, groups, organisations and other stakeholders.
Option 1 - Year round but only in the vicinity of sheep
Option 2 - Year round
Option 3 – More lenient dog control
How to have your say
We have provided an online survey to structure your feedback.
Paper versions of this survey are available from the Telscombe Town Hall reception area.
You can also request a paper copy of this information to be posted to you, or request it in a different format or language by emailing from firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to send comments in addition to, or instead of via the online survey, please email using the address above.
Alternatively you can write to us at the following address: PSPO Consultation, Business Planning and Performance, Lewes District Council, Southover House, Southover Road, Lewes, BN7 1AB.